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McCarthy refuses to rush Rodgers, targets Tolzien's 'problem plays'

7:03 AM, Nov. 19, 2013
Green Bay Packers quarterback Scott Tolzien (16) looks for Packers receiver James Jones (89) downfield during Sunday's game against the New York Giants at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. Evan Siegle/Press-Gazette Media
Green Bay Packers quarterback Scott Tolzien (16) looks for Packers receiver James Jones (89) downfield during Sunday's game against the New York Giants at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. Evan Siegle/Press-Gazette Media
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Make no mistake, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is dying to get back on the field, and if he had his way would play on Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings at Lambeau Field.

"I don't want to get anybody's hopes up, but it is Monday and I never like to rule myself out of any game," said Rodgers during an appearance on "Packers Live" with host Larry McCarren on Channel 26.

But it's been only 15 days since Rodgers broke his left collarbone and that injury typically takes between three and six weeks to heal. ...

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