LANDOVER, Md. (WTAQ) - Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers suffered a concussion on his final throw in the 16-13 overtime loss to the Washington Redskins Sunday.
The Packers didn't make Rodgers, who finished the day 27-of-46 for 293 yards with 1 TD and 1 INT, available for comments after the game.
Head coach Mike McCarthy told the media when he thinks Rodgers got hurt, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: "I think it was the one at the end of the game."
Rodgers will have to go through a battery of tests before he's cleared to practice or even play next Sunday against the Miami Dolphins.
Other Packers injuries:
- Jermichael Finley, TE: Suffered hamstring ligament injury. Finley tells the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel he's done it before, just "kinda popped out of place a little bit." More tests coming Monday.
- Donald Lee, TE: According to the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel is a stinger injury, may be ready for the Miami game.
- Clay Matthews, LB: May have suffered slight pull of hamstring. Same left hamstring that's been a lingering problem.
- Ryan Pickett, DE: Tells Journal-Sentinel x-rays on ankle were negative, but isn't sure what's wrong with it.
- Derrick Martin, S: Hurt same ankle he had off-season surgery on. He was on crutches and in serious pain.
- Frank Zombo, LB: Hurt knee during game and had it looked at. Prognosis is unknown at this time.