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But Del Rio sustained a season-ending cracked collarbone against the Commodores and Franks was a stabilizing factor in a 38-24 win.
Aaron Rodgers hit the comeback trail after his collarbone surgery — by playing the new Assassin's Creed video game with TV talk show host Conan O'Brien.
Brett Hundley didn’t look good in his one start since Rodgers was lost for the season Oct. 15 with a collarbone injury, but the Packers led in the fourth quarter before losing to the Saints, 26-17.
The Lions have a prolific running back of their own in Dawkins, who scored 22 touchdowns and gained 1,867 yards last season before suffering a broken collarbone in the regional championship game.
The chilled skin stretching from his lower ribs to his collarbone glowed bright red.
Physicians implanted a slender wireless rhythm-recording device beneath each patient’s collarbone.
Mount Union advanced to a national semifinal game, losing to Mary Hardin-Baylor, last season despite injury problems at quarterback, including Fulford's broken collarbone that limited him to five games played.
The cries of millions of Packers fans and fantasy owners could be heard when Rodgers went down with a broken collarbone against the Vikings.
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