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Can Rodgers Hit Ground Running After Layoff?

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That's the big question with Aaron Rodgers, who has missed seven consecutive games after breaking his collarbone on Nov. 4. Working in Rodgers' favor is he's been practicing for a month.

When Aaron Rodgers lines up behind center Evan Dietrich-Smith at Chicago on Sunday, it will be one day shy of eight weeks since the Green Bay Packers' franchise quarterback will have taken a live snap. So, can Rodgers pick up from where he left off at the time of the broken collarbone, when he had a 108.0 quarterback rating for the season and the team had scored 75 points the past two weeks? "I...

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