Packers QB Aaron Rodgers Says Collarbone Feeling Good

Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers broke his collarbone on a hit by Vikings linebacker Anthony Barr in Week Six. He was placed on injured reserve and returned to play Week 15 against the Panthers.

Rodgers said golfing Wednesday in the Annexus Pro-Am at the Waste Management Phoenix Open was an encouraging sign, Edward Lewis of NFL.com reports.

“Well, I played golf yesterday in Scottsdale. So, everything feels good,” Rodgers said when asked about his health on Good Morning Football on Thursday. “It was a tough season with the injury, but it was good to get back on the field in Carolina and then obviously had a little setback but I’m feeling good.”


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