Word that All-Pro quarterback Aaron Rodgers won't need surgery indicates he will take part in the Packers' off-season program.
Rodgers suffered a knee strain in the first game of the 2018 season. He wore a brace in games for two months. He had indicated surgery might be necessary after the season ended, but hadn't given any other indication until an interview on the N-F-L Network. Rodgers says he's feeling fine and the concussion he suffered in the last game of the season has cleared up.