Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is currently battling with a rib cage injury that has prematurely terminated his Sunday evening after already playing with a fractured thumb. In the third quarter of Sunday night’s 40-33 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles, Rodgers left the game and never came back. Jordan Love took his position.
Rodgers confirmed to the media after the game that he had hurt ribs, despite the fact that the team had reported an oblique injury. He went to the locker room after leaving since the results of his X-rays weren’t clear, according to him, as to whether he had any broken ribs. On Monday, he will get an MRI, and if the results are negative, he plans to play in Week 13. Rodgers said that during the second quarter, he had rib injuries. He was sacked in the third quarter on the Packers’ first drive of the second half, which resulted in a punt.