History is repeating itself this afternoon. Four years ago, Aaron Rodgers suffered a broken collarbone in a game against an NFC North opponent, putting him on the shelf for eight weeks.
On Sunday in Minnesota, Rodgers went down on his right shoulder on a hit from Vikings linebacker Anthony Barr. He was immediately taken to the locker room for evaluation.
Just after halftime, the Packers confirmed the extent of Rodgers' injury: a broken collarbone.
QB Aaron Rodgers suffered a broken collarbone. There's a chance he could miss the rest of the season.— Green Bay Packers (@packers) October 15, 2017
Brett Hundley will replace Rodgers as the starter, and the team will presumably promote Joe Callahan to the active roster from the practice squad.