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Pack don't expect Rodgers return vs. Lions

Pack don't expect Rodgers return vs. Lions

Don't count on Aaron Rodgers returning from his broken collarbone to play in the Green Bay Packers' Thanksgiving game against the Detroit Lions.
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  • Video - Packers', Bears' QB Troubles 02:18

    Packers', Bears' QB Troubles

    Nov 25
    The NFL Live crew evaluates the conservative approach the Packers and the Bears are taking with the returns of Aaron Rodgers and Jay Cutler, respectively.
  • Video - Aaron Rodgers Likely Out Thursday 03:53

    Aaron Rodgers Likely Out Thursday

    Nov 25
    Eric Allen with the latest on Aaron Rodgers' injury and how the Packers will replace him at quarterback.
  • Video - A Season Of Injuries 02:31

    A Season Of Injuries

    Nov 25
    With a plethora of NFL starts sitting on the sideline due to injuries, has the level of play in the league suffered? Cary Chow and Eric Allen discuss.
  • Video - When will Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers be back? 00:43

    When will Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers be back?

    Nov 25
    With recent news that Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers will unlikely play on Thanksgiving, when can we expect him back? NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport has the latest.

Sports Columnists

  • Chadiha: Alex Smith is able to carry Chiefs

    Nov 25
    The Chiefs suddenly need more out of their quarterback, and, fortunately, Alex Smith is plenty capable of delivering, writes Jeffri Chadiha.
  • Life’s Bounces

    Nov 25
    Well, if you went to bed at halftime, when Denver led New England 24-0, you missed: • The Patriots scoring 31 points in a row. • Tom Brady throwing three touchdown passes into the teeth of a 22-mph wind in the third quarter. • Peyton Manning driving the…
  • Banks: Pats overtime win over Broncos add new chapter to Brady-Manning lor…

    Nov 25
    FOXBORO, Mass. -- In the giddy postgame locker room, a procession of Patriots kept trying to find new and inventive ways to say the same thing: They had no precedent for what they had just participated in, and what the rest of us had witnessed: A 34-31 …