BY ROB REISCHEL
Back in 2010, Aaron Rodgers returned after missing the majority of two full games late in the season with a concussion, then led the Green Bay Packers to six straight wins and an eventual Super Bowl title.
In 2013, Rodgers came back after missing nearly eight full games with a broken left collarbone and led the Packers to the NFC North title.
Now, the Packers will be hoping for more magic in 2017.
Green Bay defeated Cleveland, 27-21, in overtime Sunday and remained in the playoff hunt. And if everything checks out medically this week with Rodgers fractured right collarbone,...
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