Green Bay Packers Aaron Rodgers concerned about knee

Florence Fletcher
September 22, 2018

However, by playing on it, it now appears there's a chance the injury could get worse.

"Yeah, obviously that's a concern", Rodgers said of the worry, via Rob Demovsky of ESPN. When Washington's linebacker properly reads what the Green Bay Packers quarterback is trying to do and the defense stops it in its tracks, that feeling is comparable to hitting the ball right off the sweet spot of the bat, hearing the boom and watching it fly.

Although they did not practice, the Packers are required to submit an injury report with estimates of participation level. He won't practice on Thursday either.

Two weeks into the 2018 National Football League season, and we really don't know much about who the Redskins are and what they really are going to be this season.

"I think it's obvious we came off of a Sunday Night game, played an overtime game in unusual heat for this part of the country, so just trusting our numbers", McCarthy said.

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The reality probably lies somewhere in between, so let's look at some Redskins reality checks for the coming Week 3 matchup against the Packers and Aaron Rodgers' gimpy knee. He then started and finished the game against the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday.

Rodgers played with a brace on his knee against the Vikings.

"The heat and the adrenaline definitely helped (on Sunday), but it's just going to be something you've got to deal with for a while", Rodgers said.

Nothing will prevent further injury for Rodgers better than if he doesn't get hit.

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