Meanwhile, McAdoo said that if Rodgers is angry or frustrated with the team not clearing him to play with a playoff berth within reach, he has not exhibited that in front of his teammates.

“Aaron has handled his injury very well within the confines of the building and the practice field, with his teammates and his coaches. He’s doing everything he can to get himself ready to play if that opportunity presents itself this week,” McAdoo said. “And he’s also doing everything he can to help the other guys get ready to go. He understands that reps are limited and he does a nice job of contributing in the room whether he’s able to go or he’s not able to go. We all appreciate that. He doesn’t make it about himself.”
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