Greenbay Packers future hall of fame quarterback Aaron Rogers suffered a injured collarbone in week six game against the Minnesota Vikings on Monday Night Football. Aaron Rogers head coach Mike McCarthy told the media that Aaron will undergo surgery and miss significant playing time on his road to recovery.
The question is: Who will be the back-up QB for the Greenbay Packers? Former San Francisco 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick would be a great fit and here’s why. Despite his political stance he’s taken a year ago, this player can still ball-hard, and we’ve heard reports that he’s working out every day waiting on his number to be called.
There’s currently a petition put together by Packer fans to sign the 29-year old player and so far they’ve tallied up 9,890 votes. Do you think it’s possible for Aaron Rogers to pull some strings for Kaepernick? After-all, he does “Think he should be on a roster right now” but because of his protest on the field he’s not.
If not Greenbay, there’s a handful of teams that can use a QB like Kaepernick and it’s not too late in the season to work him out, get him some reps, put him out there on the field so he can help some of those teams win some football games.