Rodgers left Monday night’s game against Chicago during the first drive with an injured shoulder and did not return. He completed 1-of-2 passes for 27 yards and scrambled for nine yards before departing.
Early reports indicate Rodgers has a small fracture of his left collarbone, and he’ll be sidelined 3-to-6 weeks. Seneca Wallace replaced Rodgers and was less than stellar, and the Packers will likely add a quarterback in advance of their Week 10 match up with Philadelphia.
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