Tim Polzer
Tuesday November 5th, 2013

Aaron Rodgers suffered a shoulder injury against the Bears Monday night. (Mike McGinnis/Getty Images) Aaron Rodgers suffered a shoulder injury against the Bears on Monday night. (Mike McGinnis/Getty Images)

Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers will undergo further tests on his injured shoulder Tuesday, but Adam Schefter of ESPN reports initial tests showed a small fracture in his collarbone that will keep him out about three weeks.

A source told ESPN's Ed Werder that Rodgers' injury "doesn't look good" and he could "possibly" miss the rest of the regular season.

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Rodgers left Monday night's game against the Bears early with a left (non-throwing) shoulder injury. The Packers initially announced that his return was questionable, then downgraded him to out.



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