Any hopes that the Green Bay Packers could potentially contend for the Super Bowl this season rests squarely on the throwing arm of former MVP Aaron Rodgers.

At 4-1 on the season, Green Bay has started out strong. Unfortunately, during the early stages of Sunday’s game against the Minnesota Vikings, Rodgers himself had to exit after being hit by Vikings linebacker Anthony Barr.

The play shows Rodgers landing awkwardly on his shoulder.

After being taken to the medical tent on the sideline, Rodgers was carted off to the locker room.

We’ll obviously have further information as it becomes available. But for now, backup Brett Hundley is in the game.