Injuries: Aaron Rodgers has '13 screws' in collarbone

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Green Bay QB Aaron Rodgers revealed on a tape for Conan O'Brien's late show "Conan" that 13 screws have been inserted into his clavicle to help fix his shoulder.

In a preview of his appearance on "Conan", Rodgers explains to O'Brien exactly how he was injured during the first quarter of the Packers' game against the Vikings on October 15.

"We would like Aaron Rodgers to feel better".

Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers revealed Thursday that Vikings linebacker Anthony Barr gave him the middle finger and the "suck it" sign after injuring the two-time NFL MVP with a sack during an October 15 game between Green Bay and Minnesota.

Rodgers took part in a segment Conan calls the "Clueless Gamer" segment.

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Its collarbone is eventually smashed with a hammer. "The cameras caught me saying something to him, but what they missed was him, finger, suck it sign".

So sure, Rodgers was obviously upset about the hit.

"I looked over at him as I walked off the field", Rodgers said. "If it happened to my quarterback, I'd probably say it was illegal and the same thing", Barr told reporters last week, per NFL.com.

Rodgers was placed on injured reserve on October 20.

In an "Outtakes" segment posted online, Rodgers went more in-depth about the play that might have ended his season. I'm not a dirty player.

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