Mike Zimmer has great quote about Aaron Rodgers' Week 2 status

Mike Zimmer has great quote about Aaron Rodgers' Week 2 status

Mike Zimmer has great quote about Aaron Rodgers' Week 2 status

Rodgers has been going through his normal week of off-the-field preparation while backups DeShone Kizer and Tim Boyle have taken the actual snaps in practice.

"Yeah. He walks on water so I'm sure he's gonna play", Zimmer said, per NFL Network.

"He's always responded. We'll see what tomorrow brings". Asked at his locker if it was accurate to say his injury was a sprained knee, Rodgers said, "Sure. say sprained knee".

For the Vikings it's not a question of if they'll see Rodgers take the field, but how they'll prepare for him if he's hobbled at all. He completed 17 of 23 passes for 273 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Packers to a 24-23 victory in the biggest fourth-quarter comeback in Green Bay history. Let's not forget the team signed Rodgers to a $134 million contract extension just a couple of weeks ago, making him the highest paid player in National Football League history. "He'll be given the whole week to get ready". He said feel "a little better every day".

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"It's hard whether he's home or away, because he's so good and can really put the ball wherever he wants, from any position on the field whether he's moving right, moving left or staying in the pocket, buying time for his guys, he can make any throw that you can imagine", Smith said Wednesday.

The quarterback suffered a sprained knee in the win over the Chicago Bears on Sunday night. There were a couple throws in which Rodgers said he got a "jolt" of pain after putting weight on his left leg.

Aaron Rodgers is not practicing again today, as the Green Bay Packers' star quarterback continues to recover from his knee injury.

We know Rodgers will be prepared.

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