Nov 4, 2013; Green Bay, WI, USA; Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers (right) talks to Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler (left) after the Bears beat the Packers 27-20 at Lambeau Field. Rodgers left the game early in the 1st quarter with a left shoulder injury. Mandatory Credit: Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports

Aaron Rodgers injury update: Packers source tells ESPN it 'doesn't look good'


The Aaron Rodgers injury has the Green Bay Packers wondering what the rest of their season will hold, because his loss would mean a devastating loss for a team that is among the favorites in the NFC. Without Rodgers and with the number of other injuries, the Packers would quickly become just an average team.

Unfortunately, it appears that the team is preparing for the worst.

It doesn’t look good,” A Packers source told ESPN’s Ed Werder. “This is the one we couldn’t afford to lose.”

Backup quarterback Seneca Wallace looked dreadful in relief duties, so there could be mass panic in Packers land if the injury proves to be season-ending.

ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported Tuesday morning that initial tests showed a small fracture for Aaron Rodgers, which would sideline him for at least three weeks. Of course, he will be undergoing further tests today to determine the full extent of his injuries.

If you are a Packers fan or Rodgers fantasy owner, it is time to cross your fingers.

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