Packers' Aaron Rodgers injured, leaves games on cart

Aaron Rodgers leaves Bears game with leg injury

Aaron Rodgers leaves Bears game with leg injury

Aaron Rodgers stood up, tried to put weight on his left leg and then crumbled back to the ground.

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has been carted to the locker room after suffering an apparent lower-body injury, per Adam Schefter of ESPN.

Down 10-0 to the Bears in the second quarter, Rodgers was sacked by a combination of Bears players on a third down attempt for the Packers.

After getting it checked out in the medical tent, Rodgers was taken to the locker room.

Rodgers struggled against the Bears' pass rush.

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DeShone Kizer took over for Rodgers, as Packers fans everywhere hold their breath waiting for some more definitive information on their franchise quarterback.

Rodgers was playing behind his starting offensive line Sunday night, and it was the first time all throughout training camp that all five starters had lined up alongside each other.

Rodgers was 3-of-7 passing for 37 yards and was sacked twice before leaving the game.

Late last month, Rodgers signed a record four-year, $134 million contract extension.

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