Aaron Rodgers News Archive
Rodgers (collarbone) said Tuesday that he experienced pain when working out last Wednesday, NFL.com reports. "I shouldn't be having pain doing simple movements," Rodgers said.
Rodgers (collarbone) still hasn't received medical clearance to return to game action, the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports.
Rodgers (collarbone) is out for Sunday's game against Atlanta.
Rodgers (collarbone) watched Matt Flynn work with the first-team offense when Green Bay began practice Friday, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel writer Bob McGinn reports.
Rodgers, who wore pads for the first time Thursday since sustaining a broken collarbone, fit in a bit more work in individual drills, Paul Imig of FOX Sports Wisconsin reports. However, Mike McCarthy stated, "Aaron Rodgers has not been cleared by the medical staff."
Rodgers (collarbone) was donning pads during Thursday's practice, but Matt Flynn and Scott Tolzien were getting most of the reps under center, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Rodgers stated Wednesday that a decision on his status for Sunday's game versus the Falcons will be made by Friday or Saturday at the latest, FOX Sports Wisconsin reports.
Rodgers (shoulder) was limited in Wednesday's practice, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.
Rodgers (shoulder) took part in all individual drills during Wednesday's practice, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.
Rodgers (collarbone) has not been cleared to play, but he will practice Wednesday and has not been ruled out for Sunday's game against Atlanta, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.