Minus Aaron Rodgers, psychologists analyze Packers
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Next play, next series, next man up are the rallying cries inside the Green Bay Packers locker room every time a player gets injured. Those words have been heard inside that tight community time after time during Mike McCarthy's eight-year stint as head coach And season after season, the team has responded. But since the moment it was discovered that quarterback Aaron Rodgers had a cracked collarbone, it seems like an elephant has taken up residence in the corner of that vast space. No one seems to be acknowledging the psychological impact that losing a star quarterback might have on an organization that had known only good health at the position. Considering Brett ...