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Coach Matt LaFleur said after Sunday's 40-33 loss to the Eagles that he doesn't have enough information to assess whether Rodgers will have to miss additional time due to the injury he sustained in the second half, Jeff Howe of The Athletic reports. Rodgers was initially deemed to have suffered an oblique injury, but he clarified after the game that the injury was to his ribs, per Rob Demovsky of

LaFleur went on to proactively dismiss any idea of Jordan Love starting over a healthy Rodgers, even though the Packers sit on a 4-8 record for the season and have seen their playoff hopes fade. Before he was replaced by Love due to the injury, Rodgers completed 11 of 16 attempts for 140 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions. For as long as they remain mathematically eligible for the postseason, the Packers seem intent on starting the soon-to-be 39-year-old Rodgers in Week 13 against Chicago if he's healthy enough to play.

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