(Green Bay, WI)  —  Packers’ rookie running back Aaron Jones returns to practice for the first time since he tore an MCL knee ligament November 12th at Chicago. The Packers started working Wednesday on the game plan for their home contest against Tampa Bay on Sunday, and Jones could give the Pack a boost if he can join rookie Jamaal Williams in the backfield. Meanwhile, nose tackle Kenny Clark practiced for the first time since he was carted off Lambeau Field November 19th when he rolled an ankle against Baltimore, and linebacker Clay Matthews returned to the practice field for the first time after he injured a groin against the Ravens. Only two Packers did not practice at all Wednesday, corner Kevin King and running back Ty Montgomery.