Player Profile
Aaron Rodgers (GBP)
Low Risk (7%)
Player Overview

Not much went right for Rodgers last year, between Jordy Nelson’s knee injury, Davante Adams’ inefficiency and Eddie Lacy’s obesity. With Nelson back, Lacy seemingly in shape and upgrade options at #3 WR, Rodgers is plenty capable of bouncing back to the top of the heap in 2016. His mid-May ADP was sitting in the mid-5th round. Rodgers isn’t a must-pick there, but he presents an excellent combination of floor and ceiling at that price.

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Full Injury History
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2014 NFL Calf Rodgers strained his calf in week 16. He did not miss any games but was clearly hobbled through his final game and the post season
2013 NFL Clavicle In week 9 against the Bears, Rodgers took a hit by DE Shea McClellin on a third-down sack near the ten-yard line. His non-throwing shoulder took the brunt of the blow. He sat out a further 7 games before finishing off the season
2010 NFL Head Rodgers sustained his second concussion of the season against Washington Redskins.
2010 NFL Head QB Aaron Rodgers suffered a concussion during the second quarter of a game in Detroit and had to leave the game.
2006 NFL Foot Rodgers broke his left foot while playing against the New England Patriots and he missed 14 regular games.