Fox Sports Wisconsin "Aaron Rodgers stood on the sideline during the Green Bay Packers' preseason opener last weekend wearing a sweatshirt and sweatpants. Observing the game was pretty much the extent of his involvement. That will not be the case again Saturday in the Packers' second preseason game, as Rodgers will..." August 12
Pro Football Talk "Aaron Rodgers hasn’t always had a great relationship with the quarterback he first backed up and then replaced, Brett Favre. But Rodgers is glad to hear that the Packers will retire Favre’s number next year. Rodgers says he was talking to the higher-ups within the Packers organization to..." August 07
ESPN.com "Aaron Rodgers has played for one head coach, Mike McCarthy, for all but his first NFL season. The way things are going for the Green Bay Packers, there's a good chance this quarterback-coach combination will remain intact for years to come. And that's something Rodgers says he's comfortable..." June 27
CBSSports.com "Since winning the Super Bowl in 2010, the Packers are 34-13-1. A very good record, but it feels a little disappointing in light of their postseason performances (1-3 in those three years). Lots of blame is directed towards the defense, which lacked at times over the past few years. Aaron..." June 24
Fox Sports Wisconsin "Aaron Rodgers has been a regular at Milwaukee Bucks games for years. Now, the Green Bay Packers quarterback may soon be more than just a fan of the NBA franchise. A recent report from the Racine Journal Times stated that Rodgers had talked to new Bucks owners Marc Lasry and Wes Edens about..." June 17
ESPN.com "Aaron Rodgers likes Johnny Manziel -- both as a quarterback and in the way the Cleveland Browns' rookie quarterback handles the spotlight. Although Manziel would surely like to become the quarterback Rodgers has for the Green Bay Packers, in some ways Rodgers has become more like Manziel when..." June 16
Covers.com "Aaron Rodgers has started 96 games at quarterback, earned NFL MVP honors, led his team to a Super Bowl title and been named MVP of that big game. For all of Rodgers' service and accomplishments, what has oddly eluded the Green Bay Packers since he assumed the starting reins at the beginning of..." June 03
ESPN.com "You know it's a busy day around the Green Bay Packers when starting quarterback Aaron Rodgers does not have the largest contingent of reporters around his locker. But with Julius Peppers making his first appearance in a green and gold uniform, some significant changes in defensive coordinator..." May 30
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "Through the 0-4-1 November, reality hit the Green Bay Packers like a sledgehammer. Mike McCarthy could no longer avoid mentioning Aaron Rodgers to his team. Multiple players admitted losing the quarterback "exposed" flaws on the roster. Very soon it became obvious the Packers were, indeed,..." February 05
Pro Football Talk "Packers tight end Jermichael Finley could leave the team next month via free agency. He told PFT Live on Friday that he definitely wants to stay. One reason he wants to stay arguably once was one of the reasons he wanted to leave — his relationship with quarterback Aaron Rodgers. In 2012,..." February 02
NFL.com "The Green Bay Packers' season came to an abrupt close Sunday night against the San Francisco 49ers. On Tuesday's edition of the "Aaron Rodgers Show" on WAUK-AM in Milwaukee, the Packers quarterback said that despite the "unfortunate" end to the season, it was one of the "proudest years" he's..." January 07
CBSSports.com "An internet rumor pertaining to the sexuality of Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has gained so much steam lately that Rodgers used his weekly radio show on Tuesday to comment on the matter. The rumor? That Rodgers is gay. "I'm just going to say I'm not gay," Rodgers said on 540 WAUK-AM in..." January 01
Pro Football Talk "Don’t get them wrong, the Packers are glad to have Aaron Rodgers back this week. But they had learned over the last month not to get their hopes up. Packers guard T.J. Lang said he had insulated himself against the possibility of bad news when he was driving to work Thursday, only to find..." December 27
Fox Sports "reen Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers will start Sunday against the Chicago Bears, according to a source. Rodgers has missed the past seven games after fracturing his left collarbone on Nov. 4. Rodgers has been practicing in a limited fashion in recent weeks, but the team had yet to..." December 26
Aaron Rodgers took 1st rep in every drill during open part of practice. Those usually go to the starter but we didn't see 11on11s. #Packers
Rodgers: It will be definitive one way or another on Thursday.
Pro Football Talk "On Friday, Packers coach Mike McCarthy repeatedly said called Sunday’s unavailability of quarterback Aaron Rodgers an “organizational decision.” McCarthy could have used a couple of more forceful terms: “Extraordinary risk.” According to Chris Mortensen and Rob Demovsky of ESPN, a recent..." December 22
Pro Football Talk "What looked inevitable is now official. The Packers have officially ruled Aaron Rodgers out Sunday, meaning their playoff hopes will rest with Matt Flynn once again. That pushes Rodgers’ absence to seven weeks with a broken collarbone." December 20
Packers not expecting Aaron Rodgers to play Sunday vs Steelers unless, as one source said, "something significantly changes with doctor."
PackersNews.com "All signs from early in practice today suggest that Matt Flynn will be the Packers’ quarterback this week against the Pittsburgh Steelers. During the portion of practice open to reporters today, the Packers ran one short team period, and Flynn took the starter’s reps, Scott Tolzien took the..." December 19
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "Here is a summary of coach Mike McCarthy's post-practice press conference Wednesday (the injury report is listed first): INJURY REPORT TE Brandon Bostick (foot), DNP DE Johnny Jolly (shoulder), DNP ILB Brad Jones (ankle), DNP RB Eddie Lacy (ankle), DNP OLB Mike Neal (abdomen), DNP OLB..." December 18
PackersNews.com "Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has been declared out for Sunday's game against the Dallas Cowboys, coach Mike McCarthy said Friday afternoon. "It's been a difficult morning going through conversation with Aaron and Dr. McKenzie," said McCarthy. "He feels like he's ready to..." December 14
Aaron Rodgers listed as OUT for Sunday.
Packers.com "Aaron Rodgers felt better in practice on Thursday than he did on Wednesday and he’s holding out hope he will be able to play on Sunday. Rodgers took some snaps with the No. 1 offense in practice for the second straight day and called it “a better day.” He doesn’t know, however, whether that..." December 13
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was moving around, throwing lasers and taking snaps with the No.1 offense in practice Wednesday just as he did before breaking his left collarbone on Nov. 4 against Chicago. And he was doing it without pain. Yet Rodgers might as well have been..." December 12
CBSSports.com "The Packers might be pessimistic about the possibility of Aaron Rodgers playing against the Cowboys on Sunday, but that doesn't mean he definitely won't play. According to tight end Andrew Quarless, Rodgers took some first-team reps with the offense on Wednesday during a portion of practice that..." December 11
Packers pessimistic about Aaron Rodgers being cleared for Dallas. Scheduled for practice today but source says playing inside 8 weeks risky
CBSSports.com "Every week, we have a discussion on Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and whether his broken collarbone will allow him to return to the lineup for Green Bay for the first time since Nov. 4. At this point, it sounds like he's not even close to coming back. He told ESPN Milwaukee on Tuesday, via..." December 10
ESPN Wisconsin "Ultimately, Aaron Rodgers will not return to the football field until Dr. Pat McKenzie says he can. That’s what Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy said Monday, as the Packers began their preparations for the Dallas Cowboys with backup Matt Flynn set to make his third consecutive..." December 10
Pro Football Talk "Green Bay will be without quarterback Aaron Rodgers for at least one more game. The Packers have announced that Rodgers is out again on Sunday against the Falcons, the fifth full game he has missed since suffering a broken collarbone against the Bears. Matt Flynn will start for the Packers..." December 06
ESPN Wisconsin "Matt Flynn knows how bad it looked. He lived it. “Obviously we have to play better on offense,” the Green Bay Packers backup quarterback said Wednesday. “That was awful.” Yes, yes it was. And if the Packers have any chance of clinging to their thread of postseason life, Flynn and the offense..." December 05
#Packers QB Aaron Rodgers did all the individual drills but just like last week he was taking snaps from the backup centers.
Rodgers: "If I'm healthy, I want to be on the field. This is my team."
Matt Flynn will take the starter reps in practice tomorrow for #Packers.
ESPN.com "Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is scheduled to have scans performed on his shoulder Tuesday that should determine how much healing has occurred since he fractured his collarbone. Team doctors will evaluate the results, discuss them with Rodgers and head coach Mike McCarthy. A..." December 03
ESPN.com "Aaron Rodgers is no guarantee to return to the Green Bay Packers' lineup this season, let alone this week, even though the All-Pro quarterback has strongly stated otherwise. Five weeks removed from cracking his left collarbone, Rodgers will be re-examined this week and league sources tell ESPN..." December 01
Dec. 8 has been the target date for #Packers QB Aaron Rodgers to return. Source now tells me “he’d be lucky” to be able to return this week
Packers QB Aaron Rodgers says he hopes to play next Sunday, and he thinks his collarbone is completely healed. (via @BobHoltzmanESPN)
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "Packers coach Mike McCarthy declared Matt Flynn as his starting quarterback for tomorrow in the NFC North matchup at Detroit and he didn't seem too pleased with the radio comments made by his guard Josh Sitton. Here are highlights of what McCarthy said Wednesday afternoon after the Packers..." November 27
MM: Rodgers went through the individual drills. It does not look like Aaron is going to make it (for Thursday).
NFL.com "Packers QB Aaron Rodgers was wearing his customary red No. 12 practice jersey and going through drills during the portion of Tuesday’s practice that was open to the media. Practicing inside the Don Hutson Center, Rodgers was seen working on C-QB exchanges, executing footwork and dropback drills,..." November 26
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "Here is a summary of Packers coach Mike McCarthy's press conference Monday afternoon: MIKE MCCARTHY (Rodgers) He wants to play, but after talking to medical staff, I would say it's slim to none that he'll play) (Flynn or Tolzien) We're going to prepare both of them to play. We had..." November 25
ESPN.com "Aaron Rodgers can throw a football without any pain. But that's only half the battle – or maybe even less than half of it – for the Green Bay Packers quarterback to return from the broken collarbone he sustained on Nov. 4 against the Chicago Bears. Rodgers was seen tossing the ball around at..." November 20
Said on @FOXSportsLive, source pins it at roughly 4-6 weeks for Aaron Rodgers. Fourth week tricky b/c T'giving game is 3.5 wks from injury.
Rodgers: "I think we'll know more as the week goes on, but I do have a fractured collarbone. Significant injury. More abt timetable later."
ESPNMilwaukee's Jason Wilde, who hosts Rodgers' radio show, asked via text if collarbone broke. Rodgers' reply: "Getting some tests (today)"
ESPN.com "Aaron Rodgers could miss three weeks after initial tests showed a small fracture in the Green Bay Packers star quarterback's collarbone, league sources told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter. The Packers do not want to make any determination until Rodgers undergoes further testing Tuesday,..." November 05
Packers announce Rodgers out for the game left shoulder injury
ESPN Wisconsin "Greg Jennings spent roughly 17 minutes – including having to call back after poor audio quality on his first attempt – doing a conference call with Wisconsin reporters at Lambeau Field on Wednesday. Each week the local media does a conference call with the Packers' opponent's head coach and one..." October 23