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Rivera: Panthers expect Aaron Rodgers ‘on his game’
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Few are surprised Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers returned at the earliest possible date after undergoing collarbone surgery. Least shocked might be the Packers’ Sunday opponent, the Carolina Panthers.

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Aaron Rodgers Says He's Been Cleared to Return
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Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers said he's been cleared to return to football in the caption of a picture he posted to Instagram on Tuesday night. ?The clearance comes after Rodgers underwent a scan of his collarbone on Monday, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. On Oct. 15, in a Week 6 loss to the Vikings, Rodgers […]

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He's back: Packers QB Aaron Rodgers preps to play Panthers
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The Green Bay Packers stayed afloat in the postseason race while hoping for nearly two months that Aaron Rodgers would return. News that the two-time NFL MVP was cleared medically to come back from a collarbone injury finally arrived Tuesday night, coming a bit later than coach Mike McCarthy hoped — but well worth the […]

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How Aaron Rodgers Can Salvage a Difficult Season for the Packers and the NFL
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Aaron Rodgers’s return this Sunday is official. Since he won’t embrace the hyperbole, allow us to do that for him: If the Packers somehow reach the playoffs, they have a real chance of making it to the Super Bowl. 1. He plays all three weeks: Until the Packers have a zero percent chance of making […]

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Lions add defensive tackle Rodney Coe off waivers
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The Detroit Lions claimed defensive tackle Rodney Coe off waivers from the Seattle Seahawks on Wednesday. Coe spent the last two games on Seattle’s 53-man roster before being waived by the team on Tuesday. Coe was with Seattle during the offseason and flashed at times during training camp.

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Rodgers: Not back to save Packers' season
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Aaron Rodgers knows the Packers have little room for error if they seek a playoff spot, but the quarterback said he is back to play “the way I know how to play,” not to salvage the season.

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Nick explains why it's not unrealistic for Aaron Rodgers to return and run the table with the Packers
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In his conversation with Cris Carter and Jenna Wolfe, Nick Wright explains how Aaron Rodgers can return to the gridiron and run the table with the Green Bay Packers.

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Rodgers ready to return for Packers
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Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers said he had been declared fit to return on Tuesday, two months after suffering a broken collarbone that threatened to end his season. In a message on Instagram, Rodgers said he had been informed he was free to play again, handing the Packers a huge boost as they attempt […]

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Durable Vikings DE Griffen: 'I take care of my body.'
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EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) Everson Griffen revealed this week the foot problem that sidelined him for one of Minnesota’s game last month was a plantar fascia injury. That painful condition in the ligament connecting the heel to the toes can linger for weeks and significantly limit a player’s strength.

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Aaron Rodgers: ‘I’m not coming back to save’ Packers
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Aaron Rodgers met with media members Wednesday, hitting on all topics from helping the Packers finish 3-0 to how healthy his collarbone is to how his style of play will change because of the injury.

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Zimmer, Vikings welcome embattled Lewis, Bengals
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MINNEAPOLIS — The pre- and post-game meetings between opposing NFL coaches are generally cordial to cold, depending on what they think of each other. But when Cincinnati Bengals coach Marvin Lewis and Minnesota Vikings coach Mike Zimmer meet on the field

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Bengals' streak of defensive stinginess gets flattened
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Coach Marvin Lewis couldn't find words to describe how his team came apart. ''This was pretty bad,'' defensive end Carlos Dunlap said. A 33-7 drubbing by the Chicago Bears on Sunday at Paul Brown Stadium ended the Bengals' franchise-record streak of 22 straight games without giving up 30 points.

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