As we eagerly await news on Aaron Rodgers collarbone, the Packers do the same while making contingency plans if he can't go on Sunday. Today's curds address that collarbone, what happens if Rodgers won't play, and some of the finer points of last night's game between the Seahawks and Saints.
Aaron Rodgers of Green Bay Packers to have shoulder scans - ESPN
Well, it appears that we should know a lot more by the end of the day what Aaron Rodgers' status will be for Sunday's game against Atlanta (and beyond).
Packers' offensive line blocking the path to success - JSOnline
At least, they had been until last Thursday.
Chris Borland headlines Badgers' Big Ten award recipients - JSOnline
DRAFT THIS MAN, TED.
Forget 'next man up'; no Rodgers, no chance | Packersnews
This has become painfully obvious over the last few weeks.
History lesson - ESPN Wisconsin
Big difference between the Packers' 2003 loss on Thanksgiving Day and the one last week: Brett Favre didn't have a chipped collarbone.
Starter Pack: Whose spot does Bell take? - ESPN
It makes sense that Victor Aiyewa would be the one to go, since he was elevated from the practice squad when Johnathan Franklin was put on IR. That's my best bet.
Seahawks break Guinness crowd noise record vs. Saints - SBNation.com
Well isn't that special.