QB finally answers questions about his injured knee

QB finally answers questions about his injured knee

QB finally answers questions about his injured knee

Due to the injury, the Packers have chose to play it safe this week with Rodgers, who was held out of practice on Wednesday so that he could rehab.

Minnesota Vikings coach Mike Zimmer isn't buying it.

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"Haven't even thought about that", Rodgers said.

There hasn't been any evident discussion on Rodgers wearing a brace, but he said that there are certainly options available and that they'll make a decision on that later in the week.

Packers head coach Mike McCarthy told reporters that Rodgers will work with other players rehabilitating injuries, while emphasizing Rodgers did not suffer a setback to his injured knee and the signal-caller's status is consider day to day. "He'll be given the whole week to get ready". He'll be in the rehab group [on Wednesday]. "So we'll take it day by day and learn as we go". He said he did not practice at all today and stayed at the stadium for treatment. He tore the ACL in his knee in high school, and played with the injury for four years before having surgery while in college at California.

"Obviously, I've dealt with foot injuries, calf injuries, hamstrings - lower extremities - and played with it, so hopefully I'll be able to be back out there Sunday", Rodgers said.

"It's super painful, and you've just got to suck it up and play through it", Rodgers said at his locker.

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