Well here some good news for Green Bay Packers fans. Star quarterback Aaron Rodgers, who’s been out since October 15th after breaking his collarbone against the Vikings and having to undergo surgery, says he's been medically cleared to return to the field again.

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On Tuesday night, Rodgers took to his Instagram page to make the announcement that he’s been cleared to play. “It's been a long road from that day to this, but I'm happy to say I've been medically cleared to return. Thanks for all the love, support, prayers, and well wishes over the past 8 weeks ❤️ and a big thank you to Dr McKenzie and our incredible training staff. #riseagain,” his captioned read.

The Packers will return to the practice tomorrow as they prepare to take on the Carolina Panthers in Charlotte this Sunday in a big NFC matchup. While it hasn't officially been announced, it looks like Rodgers will be the starting QB too, which will definitely help the offense & fantasy owners who need him for the playoffs.

Packers’ backup Brett Hundley was under center the past 7 weeks, having gone 3-4 and keeping the Packers in the playoff discussion, but he’s definitely no A-Rod.

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Check out Rodgers’ post (below) and prepare for him to be back under center this Sunday in North Carolina.