During the 2013 NFL season, the Packers lost their Pro Bowl quarterback to a fractured clavicle (collarbone) during a defeat at the hands of a division rival. Rodgers’ shoulder injury occurred in the first quarter after his arm was driven into the ground by a defender. The weight of the linebacker applying the hit compounded the fall, sending a high amount of force through Rodgers’ left arm. The hit applied an axial load to the bone, the perfect mechanism of injury for a clavicle fracture. Rodgers would miss his team’s next seven starts before making a late season return.
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