By MARK ECKEL
Just as the Packers got their preferred offensive line back for the first time this season, they lost their quarterback perhaps for the season.
Aaron Rodgers was knocked out of the Packers’ 23-10 loss to the Minnesota Vikings with a broken right collarbone that could be season-ending.
The loss dropped the Packers to 4-2 on the season and into a tie with the Vikings for first place in the NFC North.
The game became secondary when Rodgers went out on the Packers second series of the game midway through the first quarter. A promising start to the season and a chance to have to t...
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