Packers fans meltdown after Aaron Rodgers injury: 'Take my arm!'

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After quarterback Aaron Rodgers left Sunday's game against the Minnesota Vikings with an injury, the team announced that the two-time MVP has a broken collarbone that could force him out for the rest of the year.

Rodgers rode a cart to the locker room for further tests and remained there throughout the first half.

Rodgers suffered the injury in the first quarter after taking a hard hit from Vikings linebacker Anthony Barr.

"I'm sure he didn't, yeah", Hundley said. "Obviously we didn't get the job done today, but we'll be back and we'll be better". He writhed on the turf as Packers coach Mike McCarthy argued for a roughing the passer penalty. "We all understand the magnitude of what Aaron means to our football team".

Rodgers missed seven starts in 2013 when he broke his left collarbone.

Brett Hundley threw his first career touchdown pass in relief, connecting with Davante Adams in the second quarter after a 63-yard return by Clay Matthews of Jerick McKinnon's fumble gave the Packers the ball at the 18.

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"I didn't know that", Brady said. This time he is expected to be out longer because it's his throwing shoulder. The Green Bay Packers lost, 23-10. It was Flynn who kept Green Bay's playoff hopes alive by going 2-2 in four starts.

The Packers made the announcement about their star quarterback in the third quarter of Sunday's game against Minnesota.

He would have more quality receiving targets than he ever had with the Dallas Cowboys and could take over a team that is 4-2 and tied for first in the NFC North.

A Packers offense without Rodgers under center is not something Green Bay has seen very often.

It's a crushing blow to a team that entered the season with Super Bowl aspirations, optimism based primarily on the right arm of one of the game's best quarterbacks.

National Football League players, commentators, and fans took to social media and reacted to Rodgers' injury. We need to be better with the 11 people on the field that we have, regardless of the phase that we're in.

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