Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers appears to be nursing some kind of knee injury – to the point where he’s been limited in practice this week as his team prepares for the Detroit Lions. Friday night, the Packers released an updated injury report.
Rodgers was again listed as limited with a knee injury. It’s unclear when he first suffered the injury.
Though Rodgers is listed on the injury report, there’s been no indication that he’s in danger of missing his team’s game against the Detroit Lions on Monday night.
If Rodgers does play, he likely will be without the services of wide receiver Davante Adams, who is suffering from turf toe. He’s likely to be out for the game.
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Rodgers has been stellar this season. Through five games, he’s 113-of-180 for 1,307 yards and six touchdowns with just one interception. The Packers are also 4-1 to start the season.
Detroit has looked good thus far this season as well. The Lions come in with a 2-1-1 record after a close loss to the Chiefs two weeks back.
We’ll keep you updated on Rodgers’ status heading into the game.