Aaron Rodgers undergoes tests on injured collarbone

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers goes through rehab drills at practice Nov. 15, 2017. (WLUK image)

GREEN BAY (WLUK) - Mike McCarthy addressed quarterback Aaron Rodgers' injury situation in a press conference on Monday.

McCarthy said there were several tests done on Rodgers' injured collarbone, including scans by Packers team doctor. Patrick McKenzie, but the head coach said the results are pending.

"I'd like to know as soon as possible; frankly it would be best for Aaron to know as soon as possible. He's the one that has to get ready, obviously he is ready to go, if you watch him practice and the conversations with him this is a medical decision and Doctor McKenzie is obviously in touch with a number of different experts and they are evaluating the information," said McCarthy.

Rodgers, who returned to practice last week, has been on the injured reserve since breaking his collar bone against the Vikings in Week 6.

This is the first week he is eligible to return of the IR.

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