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Rodgers' wait is over: 'It's time to play football'

9:37 PM, Dec. 26, 2013
Packers planning to start Rodgers against Bears
Packers planning to start Rodgers against Bears: Pete Dougherty and Wes Hodkiewicz talk about what having Aaron Rodgers back as starting quarterback means for the Packers in Sunday's game against the Bears. (Dec. 26, 2013)
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Nearly two months of constant speculation and scrutiny of Aaron Rodgers' fractured left collarbone ended Thursday with the words all Green Bay Packers fans have been dying to hear.

The franchise quarterback is back.

Fifty-two days after suffering the injury against Chicago, Packers coach Mike McCarthy stepped to the podium and confirmed Rodgers would return following a seven-game hiatus for Sunday's winner-take-all NFC North showdown against the Bears. ...

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