Aaron Rodgers Playing One Week After Concussion, Hits Career-Long Pass

Last week, Aaron Rodgers suffered a concussion against the Washington Redskins. But it hasn't stopped him from starting for Green Bay and having a stellar game today.

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Rodgers hit a career-long touchdown pass early in the second quarter on an 86-yard connection with Greg Jennings, and completed seven of 13 passes in the first half for 160 yards and that touchdown, leading his Packers to a 10-10 tie with the Dolphins.

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Rodgers isn't the first or last NFL player who will be back on the field shortly after suffering a concussion, but it certainly is interesting that he appears to be just fine and is playing well so soon after one.

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