Rodgers says he suffered sprained knee

Tanya Simon
September 13, 2018

Asked at his locker if it was accurate to say his injury was a sprained knee, Rodgers said, "Sure ... say sprained knee". There was adrenaline working for him in the second half, along with a few painkillers probably which helped him get through the game.

He led the Green Bay Packers on a sensational comeback, which was even better considering he looked seriously injured going into the half.

"It's not a setback", McCarthy said, via Ryan Wood of the Green Bay Press-Gazette. If he can't go, the Packers would turn to backup DeShone Kizer, who accounted for two turnovers after coming in when Rodgers got hurt in the second quarter last week against the Bears.

It'll be interesting to see how the Vikings play Rodgers.

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Rodgers echoed McCarthy on taking it on a day by day basis and revealed he didn't take pain medications Sunday night. He'll be in the rehab group [on Wednesday].

"He's always responded, puts a lot of extra time in", McCarthy told reporters.

Week 1 of the new football season is in the books and with all those games out of the way, we can see how the teams all stack up now in our 2018 NFL Power Rankings. Based on his comments from Wednesday, the Vikings coach sounds pretty confident that Green Bay's star player will be on the field.

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