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Rodgers says he's confident he's OK to play

Nov. 6, 2013 11:15 AM
 
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Aaron Rodgers came out practice today†feeling good about being cleared from his concussion to play against the New York Giants on Sunday. Rodgers said he has†great faith in the NFL's post-concussion protocol, and that he's not taking extra risk returning to the field two weeks after suffering his second concussion in two months. "I have zero doubts," Rodgers said after practice. "I feel confident, Iíve been cleared. The doctors are confident. Iím going to continue to play the way I play and make sure I slide every time." Rodgers' recovery including staying home last week†on Wednesday and Thursday -- he said he slept†most of both†days. The only throwing he did†until practice today was playing catch†before†last week's game at New England. "I felt great (at practice today)," Rodgers said. "I didnít really feel like I was rusty. It was nice to get back on the field with the guys and make some plays and move around a little bit, just feel good about how I was throwing the ball."

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