Vikings' Anthony Barr ruled out with concussion

MINNEAPOLIS -- Vikings linebacker Anthony Barr, who knocked Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers out of Sunday's game on Green Bay's second drive, was ruled out before the second half began with a concussion.

Barr's monster first half included two quarterback hurries, one pass defended and the game-changing tackle on Rodgers outside the pocket, which did not result in a penalty despite the hit coming after the quarterback threw an incomplete pass. Green Bay announced that Rodgers suffered a broken collarbone on the play.

Barr drew an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty after Xavier Rhodes picked off Packers backup quarterback Brett Hundley in the second quarter.

The Vikings defeated the Packers 23-10.