It appears Justin Fields isn’t the only injured quarterback in the NFC North.
Green Bay Packers future Hall-of-Fame signal-caller, Aaron Rodgers, confirmed Wednesday that he’s dealing with a broken thumb on his throwing hand. It’s an injury he’s been playing with since Week 5.
Rodgers’ revelation goes a long way in explaining his sub-par play in 2022, a season that by almost any measure has been one of the worst of his career.
The Packers, 4-7, have struggled to meet 2022 preseason expectations, which had them pegged as a potential Super Bowl contender.
Rodgers has passed for 2,542 yards, 19 touchdowns, and seven interceptions through 11 games this season.