He's back! And just in the nick of time for Packer fans.

Aaron Rodgers confirmed on Instagram last night that he has been medically cleared to return as Packers QB, following surgery to mend his broken right collarbone.

Rodgers returned to practice on Dec. 2 and is eligible to play Sunday against the Carolina Panthers. It's a must-win game for both teams and for any hopes the Packers have for a post-game bid in the playoffs.

Rodgers has missed the last seven games after breaking his right collarbone on Oct. 15 in Minnesota.

In his six starts at the beginning of the 2017 season, Rogers lead the pack to a 4-1 record. He completed 128 of 193 passes for 1,385 yards, with 13 touchdowns and three interceptions.

[source: Packers.com]