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Tampa Sports Authority responds to Aaron Rodgers' 'poor surface' claim

by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(2/7/15) The Tampa Sports Authority, the company responsible for maintaining Raymond James Stadium, responded to Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers' claims that he injured his calf because of the poor playing surface in Tampa, according to Jenna Laine of SportsTalkFlorida.com.

TSA released the following statement:

"The field quality tests conducted prior to and following the Tampa Bay Buccaneers/ Green Bay Packers game on Dec. 21, 2014 as required by the NFL, indicated that the Raymond James Stadium field was well within compliance with the NFL Field Guidelines. These same tests were conducted at every 2014 Buccaneer home game at Raymond James Stadium and all were well within compliance with the NFL Field Guidelines."

In a radio interview for ESPN Radio Milwaukee on Thursday, Rodgers claimed that league needed to investigate the conditions at Raymond James Stadium.

"The calf was, in my opinion, due to the poor surface in Tampa," Rodgers said. "Tampa’s where I hurt my shoulder as well back in 2008. I think that there needs to be, looked at, some more uniformity as far as the field conditions because I think there are a couple surfaces that are more likely to create injury than prevent injury."

There's some incredible surfaces in the NFL and there’s some ones that I think need to be looked at. Tampa is one of them because of the amount of play I think that happens there. When you put down so much sod, and it’s very uneven and soft, I think it can lend to more injuries. I've played there three times and been hurt there, it might be directly related to the field, twice."

Aaron Rodgers gets in a limited practice Thursday

by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst
(1/15/15) Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, who sat out Wednesday's practice with his calf injury, participated in a portion of practice Thursday, including two team periods, coach Mike McCarthy said.

"He's getting ready to play," McCarthy said. Asked how Rodgers looked compared to last week, the coach said: "I don't do comparisons. He's getting ready to play."

Rodgers will play but lacks his usual mobility. Green Bay is a 7.5-point underdog in Sunday's NFC Championship Game at Seattle.

Packers' Aaron Rodgers on Richard Sherman: I'll throw to open guy

by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(1/14/15) Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was bombarded with questions regarding his team's failure to throw at Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman in the season opener. He reiterated that although he has plenty of respect for Sherman, he plans to throw to the open man come Sunday's NFC title game at Seattle, per the team's official website.

"I plan to throw it to the open guy. That's the way I've played for a number of years. I'll go through my progressions and play the way I've always played," Rodgers said. "It's important to throw it to the right and to the left a little."

The Packers kept their top receiver, Jordy Nelson on the opposite side of the All-Pro corner. Sherman never switched sides to cover Nelson. Instead, he was on Jarrett Boykin or Davante Adams throughout the night. As a result, Boykin and Adams were held without a grab, but Nelson came down with nine passes for 83 yards and Randall Cobb registered 58 yards on six receptions. The Packers still lost 36-16 in Week 1, and Rodgers was limited to 189 passing yards, with one touchdown and one interception.

Rodgers missed practice Wednesday due to a lingering calf injury, but noted that he feels "pretty similar" to how he felt a week ago against Dallas.

The Packers are 7 1/2-point underdogs for Sunday's championship game.

Packers in title game: Biggest underdogs ever with Aaron Rodgers

by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst
(1/11/15) The Packers opened as 7-point underdogs in next Sunday's NFC Championship Game at Seattle -- the biggest underdogs they've ever been with Aaron Rodgers at quarterback, reports Pro Football Talk. Early action on Seattle pushed the line to 7.5 at most sportsbooks.

Citing the Spreadapedia database, PFT said the Packers have never closed as underdogs of seven or more points in any of Rodgers' 113 starts, including playoffs.

In fact, according to PFT, only once has Green Bay been even a 6-point dog with Rodgers starting. It happened in 2010 at the Jets, and the Packers won 9-0.

In Mike McCarthy's nine-year tenure, the Packers have been underdogs of a touchdown or more only three times. Two came in 2006 before Rodgers took over as the fulltime starter. In 2010, with Matt Flynn starting, Green Bay was a 14.5-point underdog at New England.

The large spread next Sunday stems from Seattle's home dominance, the Seahawks' season-opening 36-16 win over the Packers, and Rodgers' calf injury, which has all but eliminated his mobility.

In the AFC Championship Game, New England opened as a 7-point favorite over Indianapolis. The line was holding as of late Sunday night.

Packers' Aaron Rodgers (calf) officially probable for Dallas game

by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(1/9/15) Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, who is dealing with a slight tear in his calf muscle in addition to a calf strain, was a limited participant in practice Friday and was officially labeled as probable for Sunday's pivotal playoff game against the Cowboys, per the team's official website.

"Aaron Rodgers came through the practice with everything OK. Feels good today. I feel he's going to be available for the game," coach Mike McCarthy told reporters.

The decision to list Rodgers as probable doesn't come as much of a surprise, after being a limited participant on back-to-back days. The Packers are 5 1/2-point favorites for Sunday's divisional playoff game at Lambeau Field, per VegasInsider.com.

 
 
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