McCarthy: Rodgers' chance to play Thursday "slim to none"


by WDJT Sports

GREEN BAY - Mike McCarthy said Monday afternoon that Aaron Rodgers' chance to play Thanksgiving Day against the Lions is "slim to none". Rodgers had hoped to play in Thursday's game, three and a half weeks after suffering a collarbone fracture against the Bears.

McCarthy did not commit to a starting quarterback between Matt Flynn and Scott Tolzien, saying the team would emphasize getting both quarterbacks ready to play. The Packers have made three in-game changes at the quarterback position in the last four games.


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