Packers fans, it looks like your future Hall of Fame QB will continue ruining the hopes and dreams of other teams this season.
Aaron Rodgers just revealed some minor new details of the knee he injured in the Packers' season opener against their rivals the Bears.
Aaron Rodgers called his injury a "sprained knee." He said he didn't take any pain medications on Sunday night because he doesn't like them. "There was a lot of adrenaline," he said, "and (it's) pretty sore the last three days." He said feel "a little... https://t.co/oo4C2VGTiI— Rob Demovsky (@RobDemovsky) September 12, 2018
Rodgers calls the injury to his knee a sprain which has kept him sore over the last couple of days. While the injury was certainly a scary moment in the game, it paved the way for something great.
Rodgers returned to the game after his injury, and sparked a major comeback victory for the Packers. Although the knee injury doesn't seem like it will keep out Rodgers for very long, if at all, he still has yet to practice this week.
A few things from Aaron Rodgers’ media session:— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) September 12, 2018
- Says knee felt a little better each day
- Does he need to practice to play? “Nope.”
- Noted he’s played with left knee issues since he was 16, also had surgery at 20 and after 2015 season
- Said it’s accurate to call it a sprain
We wish Rodgers the best of luck during his recovery.
Mostly, we just want to see him pull of some more QB wizardry this season.