According to an ESPN.com report, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers could miss three weeks after initial tests showed a small fracture in Rodgers left collarbone.
The Packers won’t make any determination until Rodgers undergoes further testing today.
Rodgers landed on his left shoulder when he was sacked by Bears defensive end Shea McClellin on the game’s opening series.
Rodgers was 1 of 2 on the game’s opening drive. But his sack by McClellin forced a field goal and Rodgers wouldn’t return. Seneca Wallace took over and struggled going 11 for 19 for 114 yards and an interception.
Rodgers has missed just two games as a Packers’ starter. In 2010, he missed a Week 15 game at New England after suffering a concussion the week before. Rodgers also sat out the 2011 regular-season finale, when the Packers opted to rest Rodgers against the Detroit Lions. In that game, Matt Flynn passed for 380 yards and six touchdowns.
As a starter, Seneca Wallace is 6-15 and hasn’t won a game as a starter since Oct. 3, 2010.