This is not a good sign if you’re a Green Bay Packers fan.
There were multiple reports on Wednesday that said Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers continued through mini-camp practice despite showing apparent pain from the leg that he injured in the 2018 campaign.
A video from ESPN’s Rob Demovsky at practice Wednesday reportedly shows the former MVP slightly favoring his left leg after he threw a roll-out pass inside the Don Hutson Center.
Rodgers was said to have kneeled down and showed a bit of a limp, but appeared to continue through that part of practice without missing any of the following plays afterwards.
It was Rodgers himself that revealed he played almost the entire 2018 season with a broken left leg.