Rodgers hurts shoulder vs. Bucs

After leaving with a shoulder injury in the third quarter, Aaron Rodgers returned late in the fourth quarter. He threw an interception on his second pass following his return, which led to a touchdown for the Bucs.

Rodgers sat out the remainder of the game and was replaced by rookie Matt Flynn at quarterback.

Rodgers first left after throwing a 48-yard TD pass to Greg Jennings with 1:55 left in the third quarter. Rodgers threw a few passes on the sideline, but sat out a series in favor of Flynn.

Rodgers was hit a few plays before the scoring pass, but stayed in the game long enough to connect with Jennings.

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