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Packers Injury Report: Rodgers limited with right shoulder issue

Well, well, well...look who showed up on Wednesday's report.

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After all of the discussion about Aaron Rodgers' health following the Green Bay Packers' loss to the Detroit Lions, we finally have our first sign that there is something genuinely wrong with QB1. Rodgers was listed as a limited participant on the Packers' Wednesday injury report, marking the first time he has appeared on the report all season long.

The issue affecting him is noted as a "right shoulder" injury. Of course, it was Rodgers' left collarbone that was broken in 2013 and kept him out for about half of that season. Considering the fact that Rodgers played the entire game against the Lions, it is likely that him being limited was a precaution.

Also, four of the starting five on the offensive line were either limited or non-participating today, with center Corey Linsley being the only starter who did not appear on the report.

There is some good news to be found here, however. Wide receiver Ty Montgomery was listed as a full participant, as it appears he has been given full clearance by the medical staff to resume all activities. Montgomery was limited all last week before being ruled inactive on Sunday, so he should be ready to return to the field against Minnesota, barring any setbacks in practice. Likewise, Eddie Lacy was also a full participant, suggesting that the team will have a full complement of running backs this weekend.

Here's the full report:

Full Participation

S Morgan Burnett (ankle)
WR James Jones (quad)
RB Eddie Lacy (groin)
WR Ty Montgomery (ankle)
OLB Mike Neal (hip)
OLB Nick Perry (shoulder/hand)

Limited Participation

OT David Bakhtiari (knee)
DB Micah Hyde (hip)
LB Clay Matthews (ankle/knee)
QB Aaron Rodgers (right shoulder)
G Josh Sitton (knee)

Did Not Participate

WR Jared Abbrederis (rib/chest)
OT Bryan Bulaga (knee)
G T.J. Lang (shoulder)