The health of Aaron Rodgers will be one of the most important storylines of not only the Green Bay Packers’ offseason, but of the entire NFL’s. On Wednesday, Green Bay coach Mike McCarthy addressed his quarterback’s progress. While McCarthy didn’t talk about Rodgers’ availability for the offseason program, he did note that the quarterback “looks good.” Rodgers broke his collarbone in Green Bay’s Week 6 loss to the Minnesota Vikings. He underwent surgery, but returned for Week 15’s game against the Carolina Panthers. After that loss, Rodgers was placed on IR and missed the final two games of the season.
Mike McCarthy: Aaron Rodgers’ recovery ‘looks good’
Sportsnaut | Feb 28