Packers say QB Rodgers sustains concussion

Compiled From Staff and Wire Reports
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LANDOVER, Md. -- The Green Bay Packers say quarterback Aaron Rodgers sustained a concussion against the Washington Redskins.

The Packers did not say exactly when Rodgers was hurt Sunday, but he did not miss any plays in Green Bay's 16-13 overtime loss to Washington.

CBSSports.com's Mike Freeman reported that Rodgers "didn't meet with the media" and that the only information being provided is that it's a concussion and that Rodgers suffered it during overtime -- there's no indication how severe the injury is just yet.

Aaron Nagler of Cheesehead.tv notes that Rodgers "took a helmet to helmet hit on the pass that was intercepted" and that no flag was thrown.

Rodgers was slow to get up off the field after Green Bay's last offensive play, when he was intercepted by LaRon Landry.

He was 27 for 46 for 293 yards with one touchdown pass and the one interception.

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