Even though Aaron Rodgers has been pummeled repeatedly by opposing defenses, the star quarterback has only skipped two games since taking over as the starting quarterback for the Green Bay Packers, one of which was a Week 17 regular-season wrap-up. His durability has left the No. 2 QB spot on their roster a relatively meaningless position.
We've seen Matt Flynn come and go, and they had a former practice-squad player (Graham Harrell) manning the spot last season. Harrell has been battling 2012 seventh-rounder B.J. Coleman in camp this year, but it sounds like there will be a third wheel added to the mix.