Rodgers doesn't sound optmistic after latest tests

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by WDJT Sports

GREEN BAY - There are few questions in Packers nation with more meaning than the one about Aaron Rodgers' return date.

The injured quarterback, in his weekly radio appearance, says he isn't happy after seeing the newest scans of his broken collarbone. Rodgers says it's a "waiting game" to see when he can get back to the field.

Packers coach Mike McCarthy sounded somewhat more optimistic, saying Rodgers has not been ruled out for Sunday's game and that the star quarterback would practice on a limited basis Wednesday.

Matt Flynn will get all the first team reps Wednesday, and is in line to be the starter Sunday when the Packers face the Falcons.

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