Rodgers still holding out hope he’ll play Sunday
GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) – Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers’ checklist for playing Sunday has two primary items on it: taking the majority of first-team snaps in practice Friday, and getting good results from a scan on his healing left collarbone. If both those things happen, Rodgers could be back under center for the first time since breaking his collarbone Nov. 4 against Chicago. Asked after Thursday’s practice if he is holding out hope of playing Sunday, Rodgers paused before replying, “Yes.” He says he’ll need to get most of the work in Friday’s practice after sharing snaps with backup Matt Flynn for the past two days, and the team will likely want team physician Patrick McKenzie to examine him. Rodgers’ last CT scan was done on Dec. 3 and did not show sufficient healing in the bone to get him cleared to play. As of Thursday afternoon, Rodgers said he had not been scanned. He also would not say whether a scan has been scheduled. Asked if he would be scanned before the week is out, Rodgers replied, “I’m not sure about that.” With Rodgers sidelined, the Packers have gone 1-4-1 and enter the final three weeks of the season at 6-6-1, a half-game back of the NFC North leading Detroit Lions and Chicago Bears, both of whom are 7-6.
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