Aaron Rodgers gives an update on his collarbone surgery

Ross Houston
October 20, 2017

The Green Bay Packers have signed rookie quarterback Jerod Evans to the practice squad after Aaron Rodgers suffered a broken right collarbone against Minnesota. "That's what the conversations are for today".

The Packers must decide whether to put him on injured reserve or leave him on the active roster, American sports broadcaster ESPN reported.

"My focus is on Aaron's health right now". Even if they go that route, they still could bring him back after eight weeks.

The business Ticket King told WBAY the retail value for tickets this weekend was down 50%, with people trying to sell their tickets for the upcoming game against the New Orleans Saints this weekend. Team physician Dr. Pat McKenzie did not perform the surgery to fix Rodgers' broken right clavicle, but McCarthy said McKenzie reported to him that the surgery went well. He did not undergo surgery after that injury, which occurred in Week 9.

Backup Brett Hundley, in his third year from UCLA, will make his first National Football League start on Sunday against the New Orleans Saints. The Packers are 4-2, good for second place in the NFC North.

Backup Brett Hundley is now the starting quarterback.

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