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Report: Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers' broken collarbone 'isn't fully healed'

Posted at 12:48 PM, Dec 12, 2017
and last updated 2017-12-12 14:18:31-05
There is no officially-released word on whether the Green Bay Packers' all-world starting quarterback will play Sunday against Carolina. A report says that a philosophical difference between the quarterback and his team's medical staff could be the reason why.

Ian Rapoport of says that Rodgers' broken collarbone, from a mid-October tackle by Anthony Barr of Minnesota, "isn't fully healed - and there was no chance it was going to be after two months."

That status, which apparently was expected after two months of rehab, is sparking the debate Rapoport reports on.

Those conservative voices, according to Rapoport, are from the team's medical staff who are concerned for Rodgers' long-term health.

Rodgers, ever the competitor, reportedly wants in immediately.

What will the answer be? Stay tuned.