Published: Tue, September 11, 2018
Sports | By Toni Houston

Aaron Rodgers: Danica Patrick gloats about 'GOAT' performance from Packers QB

Aaron Rodgers: Danica Patrick gloats about 'GOAT' performance from Packers QB

He likely will take an increased workload in practice this week, given Rodgers' injury and unknown availability for Sunday's game against the Minnesota Vikings.

That works out to about $29.3 million per season over those six years.

In a more analytical light, what better game could there be to open the regular season stock report? The Packers return to the practice field on Wednesday.

He was carted off the field after taking a hit to his left leg during the first half against the Chicago Bears. He rather obviously favored his knee and limped around.

Then Rodgers returned, and the Packers' defense held the Bears in check.

Backup DeShone Kizer took over behind center while Rodgers was being evaluated in the locker room in the second quarter.

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"I've got to get the ball out". His career high numbers speak for themselves, and we all got a little reminder that he and Rodgers have been working together for a long, long time.

But ahead of the Raiders' first game of the season, head coach Jon Gruden had some choice words about Mack's holdout in Oakland. Mack wound up going to the Bears and was made the highest-paid defensive player in National Football League history, but the Rams had a plan.

Rodgers was sore when the team returned to Lambeau Field on Monday, McCarthy said. What are the top three takeaways from the game? Instead, he twisted reality and attempted to form a favorable narrative for a Raiders club that's been roundly dragged through the mud since parting with Mack, a second- and a conditional fifth-rounder in exchange for two first-rounders, a third and a sixth.

Note: I'm a Packers fan and was ecstatic when the Bears opted to kick instead of go for it on fourth-and-2. Rodgers, it seemed, had avoided a major injury.

Zimmer said he hadn't seen Rodgers' postgame declaration, cracking, "I don't have a TV, so I didn't watch it".

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