Pack weigh options after Aaron Rodgers' surgery went 'very well'

Doug Mendoza
October 21, 2017

Aaron Rodgers' surgery went well and he thanked fans for their support and well wishes. But the decision by the team Friday signals that's in all likelihood not a possibility.

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.

The sullen expression that Rodgers had on his face while being carted back to the locker room at Minnesota proved to be a precursor to the diagnosis that no one on the Green Bay Packers wanted to hear.

"My focus is on Aaron's health right now". His Instagram post said the operation "went well".

McCarthy said Rodgers would not attend Sunday's game at Lambeau Field because he's recovering out of town.

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The designation means he'll be out for a minimum of eight weeks.

Rodgers suffered the severe injury during the first quarter of Sunday's loss against the Minnesota Vikings. He did not have surgery for that injury. The Packers are 4-2, good for second place in the NFC North.

Backup quarterback Brett Hundley will make his first National Football League start on Sunday for the Packers, who are tied with the Vikings at 4-2 for first place in the NFC North.

Starting right tackle Bryan Bulaga cleared the NFL's concussion protocol on Friday and left tackle David Bakhtiari (hamstring) was able to practice on a limited basis.

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