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Aaron Rodgers says he'll play for Packers vs. Titans

The Green Bay Packers aren't overly concerned about the tweaked ankle of Aaron Rodgers -- and neither is Aaron Rodgers.


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The All-Pro quarterback aggravated the ankle in a Week 15 win over the Chicago Bears, but confirmed to ESPNMilwaukee.com there's "no doubt I'll play Sunday" against the Tennessee Titans.

"(The) ankle is OK," Rodgers said Tuesday. "It's all right. I have pretty strong ankles. Haven't taped my ankles in nine years. I swear by it."

The Packers have been fortunate when it comes to keeping Rodgers healthy this season. Green Bay's offensive line has struggled to fend off pass rushers and we've seen Rodgers take a beating more than once, but that shouldn't be a problem against the Titans defense, which has allowed nearly 30 points a game in 2012.

Mark Sanchez, this is not.

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