Aaron Rodgers Didn’t Create Setback On Hamstring


A week ago, All-Pro quarterback Aaron Rodgers injured his left hamstring against Philadelphia Eagles. All week Rodgers was listed as questionable, but with the Green Bay Packers fighting for playoff lives, there was little doubt if he would play.

In a must-win situation, the Packers delivered with a 21-13 win over the Houston Texans. Rodgers completed 20 of 30 passes for 209 yards to go along with two touchdowns. However, it was clear that his mobility was limited, which is why Green Bay made sure to keep him in the pocket as much as possible.

Rodgers spoke on how his hamstring felt after the game.

“not better than I did coming in, but I feel good about where I’m at. Had decent movement and didn’t do anything to create a major setback.”

Green Bay will play host to Seattle this Sunday at 4:25 eastern time.

Source: ESPN

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