The Bears are on a tremendous roll to open the season.
Rodgers was hurt in the second quarter against the Chicago Bears on Sunday night after slipping to the turf while under pressure from linebacker Khalil Mack and defensive lineman Roy Robertson-Harris.
No further updates have been provided as of yet, and it's worth noting that the Packers use their injury cart for more situations than simply the dire, season-altering ones. The team has yet to announce the details of his injury. He completed his first two passes, both of which were quick hitters likely created to ensure the Bears' pass rush couldn't get to Rodgers.
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Rodgers completed three of his seven passes for 13 yards and he was sacked twice - one of them being the fatal blow that sent him to the locker room.
The two-time NFL MVP was replaced by DeShone Kizer on the following offensive drive.
Rodgers has been knocked out by the Bears at home before - in 2013, edge rusher Shea McClellin broke the Packers quarterback's collarbone in an eventual 27-20 Bears win.