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“I don’t like talking about it. I don’t know what the trends are at other places, but I never like to see a quarterback get injured, I will say that,” said the four-time NFL MVP, who was at practice Thursday. “Quarterbacks are a unique fraternity. We kind of pull for one another. Maybe not when you’re playing against them that day. Cutler’s been injured. I know Rodgers was out. As a quarterback, you don’t like to see those guys get injured. I hope they’ll be back out there as soon as they can.”

So, of course, do their teams.

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AP National Writer Eddie Pells in Englewood, Colo., and AP Sports Writer Genaro C. Armas in Green Bay, Wis., contributed to this report.

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