Safety Aaron Rouse Taken off on a Cart w/ a Hamstring Injury

The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports on the injury today to safety Aaron Rouse:

Safety Aaron Rouse left tonight’s practice on the back of a cart after suffering a hamstring injury during 7-on-7 drills. Three plays later, coach Mike McCarthy cut practice 10 minutes early. “Just felt that we were heavy legged on our last two-a-day practice,” McCarthy said. “I wish I would have done it three plays earlier. Aaron Rouse had a hamstring injury there. My instincts told me to shut it down. Like I said, I wish I had done it a couple minutes earlier.” McCarthy didn’t know the extent of the injury. “Tomorrow morning will be a big indicator,” he said. “Didn’t look good.”


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2 Responses to “Safety Aaron Rouse Taken off on a Cart w/ a Hamstring Injury”

  1. Adam says:

    I was hoping he would make it through training camp healthy. He has allot of talent.

  2. John Zoul says:

    Aaron Rouse is a playmaker, fast, good speed and size. He’s a ballhawk. These hamstring injuries seem to be problematic…Bigby, Collins and Anthony Smith are all solid. I’d like to see Aaron Rouse placed on the PUP List to start the season. Please do not release him…

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