Aheads Of Vikings Game, Green Bay Packers Superstar QB Aaron Rodgers Deals With A Setback

It was a surprise when Aaron Rodgers did not participate in practice with the Green Bay Packers on Wednesday and then showed up on the injury report with right thumb and knee issues. The thumb has been an injury Rodgers has been dealing with for weeks, but he apparently suffered a bit of a knee injury on Sunday against the Dolphins. 

Aaron Rodgers grabbed his left knee after taking a hit in the second quarter

Aaron Rodgers grabbed his left knee after taking a hit in the second quarter. But he stayed in the game and played every snap in Green Bay's 26-20 win in Miami, completing 24-of-38 passes for 238 yards, one touchdown and an interception. 

Knee injury won't impact Aaron Rodgers' status

ESPN's Rob Demovsky reports that the knee injury won't impact Rodgers' status for Sunday's 3:25 p.m. kickoff against the Vikings. But this is obviously a situation worth monitoring the rest of the week. 

What Aaron Rodgers said on it?

"I've got a lot of body weight on my knee, Just been doing rehab the last few days and I feel a lot better."

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