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Packers' Aaron Rodgers confident injured calf will improve

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GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) -- Aaron Rodgers is confident his left calf will feel better when the Green Bay Packers play their first postseason game in a couple weeks.

Rodgers had to be carted into the locker room with the injury in the second quarter of Sunday's NFC North-clinching 30-20 win over Detroit. He came back in the third quarter, throwing for one touchdown and scoring on a quarterback sneak from the 1.

Rodgers said on his radio show on ESPN 540 in Milwaukee that he has been undergoing treatment. He said he didn't know if he would be 100 percent for the Packers' divisional round game on Jan. 11, though he was confident he would be "in a better spot" with the extra rest afforded by the team's first-round bye.

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