Pay per head sportsbooks were happy to learn that on Tuesday, injured Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers said that he never gives up hope of getting back on the field, even though he isn’t sure when exactly he’ll be able to play.
On his radio show on 540 AM ESPN, the player said that he’s doing everything he can to return to action from the fractured left collarbone suffered a week earlier when he lost to the Chicago Bears 27-20. He said that Tuesday was the best that he had felt since getting hurt, but that he’s giving the bone time to heal, and price per head services believe that this is the best thing that the player can do.
On Tuesday, general manager Ted Thompson announced the signing of Rodgers’ former backup Matt Flynn, who was released this year by the Oakland Raiders and Buffalo Bills.
With Rodgers injured, Flynn will back up Scott Tolzien, who was Seneca Wallace’s replacement in the 27-13 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday.
Considering the circumstances, Tolzien was playing well after Wallace left the game with a groin injury following the first series. Pay per head sportsbooks found out that Coach Mike McCarthy was so happy with the player that he already named Tolzien the starter for the game on Sunday against the New York Giants.
Pay per head sportsbooks found out that Wallace was put on injured reserve on Tuesday to make room for Flynn – Green Bay’s 2008 seventh-round draft pick who played four years with the Packers.
Getting back to the 2011 NFL MVP is the ultimate goal. Pay per head sportsbooks saw that on Tuesday, Rodgers spoke about “small victories” in his recovery, like and putting on socks without being in extreme pain and being able to sleep a whole night.
“I haven’t given up hope on playing any week. It depends on how I heal,” Rodgers said on his radio show. “Obviously this week is probably not going to happen. Not going to happen.”
He was pressed again, and Rodgers said “probably not going to happen.”
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On Monday, McCarthy said that he thought that Rodgers could be a couple of weeks away, even though he didn’t specify a date, and the player’s fans are keeping their fingers crossed.