Rodgers practices for first time since breaking collarbone


by WDJT Sports

GREEN BAY - Aaron Rodgers practiced on a limited basis Tuesday, his first practice since suffering a small fracture of the collarbone against the Bears November 4th.

Rodgers made some short throws and worked on footwork during a portion of practice, but Matt Flynn did all of the work with the first team in practice. Packers coach Mike McCarthy stopped short of calling Flynn the starter for Thursday's division game in Detroit, but he did say Rodgers' chance to play was "closer to none" after using the words "slim to none" to describe Rodgers' chances on Monday.

The Packers are a half game behind the Lions and Bears in the NFC North standings.


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