Aaron Rodgers on whether he’ll be on the injury report: “Probably. Maybe. We’ll see.”

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On Wednesday, the Packers will officially disclose their first injury report.  On Tuesday, Rodgers said during his weekly radio segment on ESPN Milwaukee that there’s a chance his name will be on it.

Rodgers said “I hurt myself” on a scramble late in the game, and the 2011 MVP acknowledged that he “should have slid.”

“I hurt my leg a little bit, but I think I’ll be OK,” Rodgers said.

So will he be on the report?

“Yeah, probably,” Rodgers said.  “Maybe. We’ll see.”

It doesn’t sound like it’s a big deal.  Probably.  Maybe.  We’ll see.

32 responses to “Aaron Rodgers on whether he’ll be on the injury report: “Probably. Maybe. We’ll see.”

  1. 50% Aaron Rodgers is still good enough for best in the NFC North, and top 10 in the league.

    But he’ll be fine.

  2. “It doesn’t sound like it’s a big deal.”
    Then why bother reporting it?
    Unless I’m in a weird time loop and it’s the off season and there’s nothing else going on.

  3. does anyone else feel that along with his success Rogers has started to develop a little bit of what I call Big Ben syndrome? It’s hard to watch or listen to this guys interviews.

  4. What’s so tough about him, he doesn’t get hit or sacked that much……it was bound to happen sooner or later. He’s good, but he is NOT Ironman!

  5. Ya, he’s so tough that once, he got poked in the eye and “almost couldn’t see for a second.”

    That’s how tough Erin is.

  6. Look at him already making excuses for losing to the RAMS. this bum aint no MVP an the Packers are NOT a top 10 team. the Rams know the packers cant run the football so they’re going to pin they ears back an go after Rodgers. Now he got hurt on a scramble late in the game… please

  7. All the haters judge Rodgers because his opinion is in the news all the time.

    Well duh…. he’s a weekly guest on a radio show that’s LOCAL to Milwaukee, WI and every snippet is picked up and blasted out nation wide.

    It’s a case of his responses to questions asked of him being copied and pasted on this site. He’s not tweeting this stuff or posting it in a blog.

    So the diva talk can be dropped.

  8. If a person never watched football before, but could recognize jealousy in text, they would know Rodgers is one of the better players in the game of football. How? Just look at how all these posts come accross. The better teams and better players always get slammed on here by a bunch of armchair fans, who, if you read their comments, would appear to know nothing about the game … lol

  9. If Rodgers were smart, he would drop the radio program and just focus on his full time job. Nothing good comes from these insipid interviews, dumb questions asked, stale, rehearsed answers are given and then the national media takes off on its own spin and its never good.

  10. Chitown – he’s not an MVP but you’re crappy QB is? And if there not a top 10 team the Bears sure aren’t they got spanked like they always do by the Pack and haven’t beaten a team with a winning record yet. Look at Jay Cutler’s numbers compared to Rodgers. And Cutler has a running game and has been sacked less than Rodgers. Plus his defense is playing lights out putting the offense in great position.

  11. @whatjusthappened, his radio show is actually pretty awesome. He’s far more candid on the show than most athlete interviews allow for. It’s just when you have guys like Bayless or even PFT who will take anything he says and try to make a story of it, it gets ridiculous.

    He was asked about McCarthy’s practice comments last week. He answered, Bayless and PFT made an issue out of it. He was asked about tweaking his leg at the end of the game Sunday, and here’s a story about it. Why Florio decided this was a story worthy of virtual ink, I don’t know. Probably because he knows anything Packers-related will get page views from people like Bear and Viking fans looking for any reason to trash them.

  12. Well, you know you’ve reached the rarified air of Tom Brady, Peyton Manning and Drew Brees, when comments like this actually make news.

    I’m sure he’s flattered.

  13. They should just run the ball next week, it will give Aaron some time to get healthy & Rodgers won’t kill my team in fantasy football this week.

  14. ososrule says: Oct 17, 2012 3:10 AM

    What’s so tough about him, he doesn’t get hit or sacked that much……it was bound to happen sooner or later. He’s good, but he is NOT Ironman!
    ——————————————–
    osorules, I just spent a little time trying to find a QB that’s been sacked more than Rodgers since 2008. I couldn’t find one. Maybe you will have better luck. Please report back what you find.

  15. Self admitted Rams homer here. I’m just praying we don’t see the Rdogers we saw on Sun night or it’s going to be a long day.With that being said the Pack O-line better play a good game because the Ram’s are going to bring some serious heat

  16. “If Rodgers were smart, he would drop the radio program and just focus on his full time job. Nothing good comes from these insipid interviews, dumb questions asked, stale, rehearsed answers are given and then the national media takes off on its own spin and its never good.”
    ……………………………………………………………………….
    He is smart – this is a great program and great for Green Bay. Rodgers is providing access to information and insight about the game that is not usually made public. Most people don’t grasp what the players see and he breaks down the game for the novice to understand. He probably realizes that his honesty is taken out of context, but that doesn’t stop him from saying what he thinks, and weighing in on the situation. Cut him slack or don’t – either way the radio show is a good one.

  17. When all you haters start talking trash on Rodgers it’s probably because he embarrassed your defense with 1st downs and 6 touch downs. Keep up the good work Rodgers! Even at 50% you are still #1

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