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GREEN BAY PACKERS

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Aaron Rodgers passed for 205 yards with one touchdown but was intercepted on Green Bay's final drive.
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Aaron Rodgers passed for 140 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions before leaving the game with an oblique injury late in the third quarter.
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Rodgers, who turns 39 in nine days, confirmed the injury to media members Wednesday and said he first hurt the digit on the final play of Green Bay's 27-22 loss in London to the New York Giants in Week 5.
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The Packers, who were without injured All-Pro offensive tackle David Bakhtiari, got 38 rushing yards on 12 attempts and failed to convert on all seven of their attempts on third or fourth down.

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Aaron Rodgers, the 2021 NFL MVP, leads a new crew of wide receivers heading into the 2022 season opener against the Minnesota Vikings. The Green Bay Packers look to advance past the divisional playoffs and make a Super Bowl run.
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Rodgers said he was "100 percent invested" for the 2022 season and didn't want to put a number to how many more seasons he had left in him.
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Rodgers reportedly took less money than the Packers offered in hopes of making it possible for Green Bay to retain more talent.
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Rodgers, 38, was named MVP in February, claiming the honor for the second consecutive season.
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Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was selected the AP NFL Most Valuable Player on Thursday during the NFL Honors celebration at Inglewood, Calif., earning the designation for the second year in a row and becoming a four-time winner.
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The Packers are projected to be $44.8 million over the 2022 salary cap and other major decisions share the front burner with the Rodgers outcome.

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