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Aaron Rodgers was noticeably alert and upbeat as he walked across the locker room after the Green Bay Packers' practice Friday.
Veteran wide receiver Donald Driver saw it in Aaron Rodgers' eyes: The quarterback wasn't quite right after taking hard hits on back-to-back plays, but he still wanted to go back in the game.
The sign hangs just inside the entrance where the Patriots report to work in the morning: "WHEN YOU COME HERE ... Do your job."
Quarterback Aaron Rodgers did not participate in the portion of the Packers' practice open to the media and his status for Green Bay's game at New England remains unclear.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is beginning the evaluation protocol for his second concussion this season. His availability for Sunday's game at New England remains unclear.
Even with Green Bay's playoff hopes in jeopardy, coach Mike McCarthy insists the team will err on the side of caution when evaluating Aaron Rodgers' second concussion of the season.
With a late-season game on the line, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers exits with a concussion and doesn't return. Pittsburgh Steelers tight end Heath Miller and Arizona Cardinals quarterback Derek Anderson sit out games altogether because of head injuries.
Many more concussions are being reported in the NFL this season, which the league considers evidence that players and teams are taking head injuries more seriously. According to NFL data obtained by The Associated Press, 154 concussions that happened in practices or games were reported from the start of the preseason through the eighth week of the 2010 regular season.
Quarterback Aaron Rodgers will miss the rest of Green Bay's game against Detroit with a concussion.