According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers could be sidelined about three weeks with a collarbone injury.

ESPN's Rob Demovsky confirmed Rodgers has been diagnosed with a broken collarbone, and that it's "going to be a little while" before he returns.

Rodgers suffered the injury on the opening drive on Monday night football against the Bears.

Why is this news here in the Delaware Valley?

Obviously this means the Eagles will face the Packers without the guy many think is the best player in the NFL right now.  Packers coach Mike McCarthy sounded like they'll stick with Seneca Wallace as their interim starter despite his woeful Monday Night relief performance after the game on Monday night.  With Wallace under center, Jordy Nelson and Eddie Lacy become prime targets for the Eagles defense.



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