Rodgers leads Packers to unreal comeback vs. Bears

Five things to watch during Bears Packers on Sunday

Five things to watch during Bears Packers on Sunday

The two-time NFL MVP was replaced by DeShone Kizer on the following offensive drive.

- Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers suffered what could be a potentially serious knee injury in the team's season opener against the Chicago Bears.

Chao added that Rodgers may just be heading to the locker room for precautionary X-Rays, and said the Packers quarterback could still return with a brace on his knee.

Miami led 7-3 when the game was suspended for almost two hours late in the first half. As of this writing, the Packers are trailing Chicago, 20-0. After he did so, Bears defensive end Roy Robertson-Harris sacked him and landed right on Rodgers' left knee.

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Albert Rusnak made it 2-0 in the 37th minute before substitute Adam Fogt put through his own net with 11 minutes left. The DBU were previously warned by UEFA after Denmark's women's team boycotted a World Cup qualifier in 2017.

Rodgers initially remained down on the field where he was attended to by trainers before walking gingerly off the field and entering the medical tent. He appeared to reach down for the back of his left leg.

This is the LAST news any fan of the Green Bay Packers - or of lovely, fantastic football - would ever want to hear. He has thrown an interception returned for a 27-yard touchdown by Bears linebacker Khalil Mack.

But Rodgers returned to the field to begin the third quarter in a scene similar to the one from the Packers' 30-20 Lambeau victory over the Lions in the unofficial 2014 NFC North title game.

Rodgers, who missed nine games last season because of a broken collarbone, recently signed a record four-year, $134 million extension with $100 million in guarantees.

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