Rodgers May Have Offseason Shoulder Surgery
GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) -- Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers says having offseason surgery on his right shoulder is a possibility.
He's played several games with a painful shoulder sprain but hasn't missed a start.
He says the possibility of surgery will probably be considered once the season's over.
Coach Mike McCarthy says wide receiver James Jones also might need offseason surgery on his recurring knee injury.
The coach says he expects wide receivers Donald Driver and Greg Jennings to play in Sunday's final game with Detroit, but he says running back Brandon Jackson likely will be questionable for the game.
Jackson has a wrist injury. He and Jennings, who has a concussion, were limited in yesterday's practice. Driver, who has a knee injury, sat out.
Cornerback Al Harris missed practice because he was ill.
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