Aaron Rodgers Hit by Vikings Anthony Barr on Right (Throwing) Collarbone

Aaron Rodgers, is not’s a new name to most of Madden players. As a professional packers quarterback, he suffered a bad injury on his collarbone in recent days, which may have a serious impact on his future career. This is the second time that Rodgers has injured his collarbone in his career. In 2013, Rodgers got a similar injury when he fractured his left clavicle in week nine. However, he was able to recover in time for the last game of that season, an affair in which he threw a last-gasp, game-winning touchdown to win the NFC North for the Packers and usher them into the playoffs. It was a miraculous performance that Green Bay fans will be careful not to label "once-in-a-lifetime" just yet. But compared to 2013, this time everything seems worse.


The injury occurred in the first quarter of Green Bay’s game against Minnesota. Vikings linebacker Anthony Barr tackled Rodgers to the turf, and the quarterback crumpled awkwardly on his arm and shoulder. After the hit, Rodgers was carted to the locker room for tests. Brett Hundley replaced him under center. Hundley is a promising young player, but, unfortunately for the Packers, he just like Rodgers but he isn’t Rodgers. The Packers drafted him in 2016, and he appeared in four games and threw just 10 passes that season, completing two of them. He also has one interception in his career. Depending on the severity of Rodgers’ injury, they’ll hope that Hundley can bring that same magic.


The Packers quarterback fractured his collarbone in Week 8 of 2013 and ended up returning in Week 17 after missing eight weeks. If Rodgers were to miss eight weeks this season, it would potentially put him on track for a Week 15 return.


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