Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers spent his bye week resting his injured left calf, but the injury isn’t serious enough to draw any major concern from head coach Mike McCarthy as the team prepares for their divisional round matchup with your Dallas Cowboys.
“He’s learned to play through different situations,” McCarthy said, via the Dallas Morning News. “He has continuity with his teammates. He’s a quick learner. I think he’ll be in pretty good shape come Sunday.”
According to reports, Packers team physician Dr. Patrick McKenzie will examine Rodgers on Wednesday in order to determine how much he can do in practice on Thursday.
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