Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers grimaces as he is helped to his feet after being sacked in the first quarter against the Chicago Bears during Monday night's game at Lambeau Field. Rodgers injured his left shoulder injury on the play and was taken to the locker room. Evan Siegle/Press-Gazette Media
While nothing is definitive yet, a variety of media reports are speculating that Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers could miss about three weeks with a collarbone injury.
Packers coach Mike McCarthy is scheduled to address the media at 4:45 p.m. Tuesday.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported on Twitter that “initial tests showed small fracture” in Rodgers’ collarbone “that could sideline him about three weeks.”
Former San Diego Chargers team doctor David J. Chao tweeted that “Signs on Rodgers' injury point to a chip fracture rather than a break in the middle of the clavicle (collarbone) that would require surgery.”
Rodgers was injured on Green Bay’s first possession against the Chicago Bears on Monday night when he was sacked an fell on his left arm, which was holding the ball.
Seneca Wallace took over for Rodgers in the Packers’ 27-20 loss.
The Packers next three games are against Philadelphia at home, at the New York Giants and against the Minnesota Vikings at home.