The Green Bay Packers, who won the NFC North, have the second seed in the playoffs and are seen as a potential Super Bowl favorite, may have a big problem to deal with heading into their Sunday showdown with the Dallas Cowboys.
Tests have revealed that Rodgers not only has a strained calf muscle, but is now playing with a slight tear in his calf muscle, although he is still expected to suit up and play for the Packers on Sunday afternoon against Dallas; Adam Schefter of ESPN confirmed on Thursday.
Packers QB Aaron Rodgers’ calf muscle has a slight tear in it in addition to be significantly strained, per... http://t.co/EHDVeLczQv— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) January 8, 2015
Rodgers has said he will play in the game on Sunday, although his mobility might be limited now because of the injury. Rodgers is coming off a potential MVP season in which he threw for 4,381 yards, 38 touchdowns and just five interceptions, but the team will have a major problem if he has to leave the game because of this injury.Read more... Join the Conversation...