Aaron Rodgers underwent arthroscopic knee surgery after the season. The procedure took place "within days" of the Packers' January 16 playoff loss to Arizona. A source told ESPN's Rob Demovsky that Rodgers' surgery was a "minor scope," and described it as a "clean-up of an old injury."Rodgers' production dropped in 2015. He set career lows for completion percentage (60.7), passing yards per game (238.8) and yards per attempt (6.7). The procedure may cost Rodgers part of the Packers' offseason program, but isn't a concern for training camp. Rodgers is a buy-low target in Dynasty leagues. He should have Jordy Nelson back as his favorite target, and the Packers are likely to look for a legitimate #2 WR in free agency or the draft as Devante Adams was a disappointment this season.