Aaron Rodgers Concerned Knee Injury Will Get Worse

Aaron Rodgers Concerned Knee Injury Will Get Worse

I didn't get up off the ground thinking, 'Where's the penalty?' I saw a late flag and couldn't believe there was a penalty on the play.

"There's a goal to limit these hits, but they're pretty obvious when you see them - you know, a guy picking somebody up and full weight on them", Rodgers said earlier this week.

Rodgers admitted that his knee "obviously it won't be 100 percent, so I'll just adjust accordingly to how I'm feeling and try to get through".

Rodgers will remain in the Green Bay Packers' rehab group this week. He won't practice on Thursday either. "It doesn't seem like there's a major setback at this point, so just being smart about it and trying to get ready to play Sunday".

Aaron Rodgers fears knee injury will get worse

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. And yet, even with all of that, they still managed to pull out a tie against Minnesota, and many felt they should have gotten the win after Minnesota's game-tying drive was extended by a questionable roughing penalty against Clay Matthews.

That likely means another week without much time on the practice field. That's largely because they still have quarterback Aaron Rodgers, arguably the best player in the league today.

After playing Rodgers four times in his career, Foster smiled when asked what it's like to quarterback the defense in a game against the perennial Pro Bowler.

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