Aaron Rodgers expected to miss three weeks with collarbone fracture


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Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers is expected to miss about three weeks with a  fractured collarbone. The injury occurred during Monday Night’s game against the Chicago Bears.

ESPN’s Adam Schefter says that the Packers are not making an official determination until after Rodgers undergoes further testing on Tuesday.

Rodgers left Monday’s game against the Bears after one series with what was initially termed a left shoulder injury. The injury occurred when Rodgers was hit by Shea McClellin.

If Rodgers three week return date is accurate, he would  be back for the Thanksgiving game against the Detroit Lions in his return.

Seneca Wallace will likely get the start until Rodgers is back.