Aaron Rodgers was holding his right hand and wrist area after losing a fumble on a strip sack by Derek Barnett just before halftime of “Thursday Night Football” between his Green Bay Pack
The Green Bay Packers weren’t thrilled with how their offense performed in their 10-3 win over the Chicago Bears in Week 1, and they’re trying some new things to make it better now.
The Green Bay Packers’ defense looked awesome on Thursday night, and nobody was happier about it than Aaron Rodgers.
Is this the new and improved NFL? One play from the second half of Thursday night’s Green Bay Packers-Chicago Bears game may suggest so.
Expectations are high for many NFL teams and players entering the season. Some players, though, can dream of more than just leading their team to a Super Bowl.
Could Aaron Rodgers continue playing quarterback in the NFL into his 40s? He’s not ruling it out.
Many NFL players have spoken out against Indianapolis Colts fans for booing quarterback Andrew Luck after word leaked of his impending retirement during the team’s preseason game.
Green Bay Packers coach Matt LaFleur appears to be handling his relationship with his star quarterback the right way.