GREEN BAY, Wis. Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is not considering the possibility of wearing a shield or a visor on his facemask, even after the injury he suffered in Sunday's game.
Midway through the third quarter of Green Bay's Week 4 win, New Orleans Saints safety Malcolm Jenkins was attempting to tackle Rodgers near the goal line when his finger violently poked the NFL MVP's right eye. Rodgers completely lost depth perception in his right eye and had to temporarily leave the game for medical attention.
When asked Wednesday if he wanted to add something protective on his helmet as a preventative measure in case a similar situation occurs, Rodgers showed absolutely no interest.
"I don't want anything between my eyes and . . . I would never," Rodgers said. "Nope. I won't."
After missing just one play in Sunday's game -- in which backup quarterback Graham Harrell tripped and fumbled a handoff exchange to Cedric Benson that resulted in a turnover -- Rodgers returned on the ne...