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The Green Bay Packers first injury report of the week is now in and shows that quarterback Aaron Rodgers (collarbone) practiced on a limited basis. Rodgers, however, who hasn't played since injuring his collarbone against the Chicago Bears back in early November, still hasn't been medically cleared to play Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers. He reportedly took some reps with the second-team offense on Wednesday, however.
"He's doing better," head coach Mike McCarthy said after Wednesday's practice, according to the team web site. "He's still not been cleared by the medical staff. He threw the ball extremely well. He looked sharp. He's getting better."
The Packers will likely wait until Friday to make a decision as to whether or not Rodgers or Matt Flynn will start Sunday.
Also limited on Wednesday were defensive tackle Ryan Pickett (knee) and defensive end C.J. Wilson (ankle).
Not practicing were tight end Brandon Bostick (foot), defen...
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The IRS is looking into former Green Bay Packer LeRoy Butler’s charity work. Gannett Wisconsin Media is reporting the agency is probing why Butler has been raising money in Wisconsin over the last decade but has made only one annual filing. The LeRoy Butler Foundation hasn’t filed with the IRS since 2002, even though Butler […]
The Green Bay Packers have yet to clear quarterback Aaron Rodgers this week and it is starting to look like he will be sidelined again in Week 16. Rodgers got some work in practice last week and looked pretty good, but the team’s medical staff has yet to clear him.
Rodgers broke his left collarbone in Week 9 against the Chicago Bears and has not seen the field since. If you include...
The Packers have sorely missed Aaron Rodgers this season.
The Green Bay Packers have been without Aaron Rodgers for over 27 quarters of football so far this season, and it’s been pretty evident that the offense misses him. His absence has lead to some discussion on the word “valuable” and what it means to the Packers, and it’s also stirred debate as to where Rodgers fits...
Here is a summary of coach Mike McCarthy's post-practice press conference Wednesday (the injury report is listed first):
TE Brandon Bostick (foot), DNP
DE Johnny Jolly (shoulder), DNP
ILB Brad Jones (ankle), DNP
RB Eddie Lacy (ankle), DNP
OLB Mike Neal (abdomen), DNP
OLB Nick Perry (foot), DNP
QB Aaron Rodgers (collarbone), limited
DE C.J. Wilson (ankle), limited...
The Green Bay Packers control their own destiny in the NFC North. Win the last two games, and they will host a home playoff game. It made many speculate that quarterback Aaron Rodgers will assuredly come back this weekend, in a must win situation. It appears he still isn’t ready to play. THIS JUST IN: […]
Mike McCarthy said Aaron Rodgers looks ready to play. The Packers organization, though, hasn't medically cleared the quarterback.
Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers told 540 ESPN Radio that Green Bay’s current playoff position won’t influence whether heplays this week or not.
“It’s amazing that we’re sitting here 7-6-1 with a chance to win two and be in [the playoffs],” Rodgers said via ESPNMilwaukee.com. “Not only that, but win two and be in and maybe be the...
As the Packers fight for their playoff lives against Pittsburgh on Sunday, they will have to do so without Aaron Rodgers.
Head coach Mike McCarthy ruled Rodgers out yet again on Friday, running the quarterback’s streak of consecutive games missed to seven. Rodgers has not played since breaking the collarbone in his non-throwing shoulder Nov. 4 against Chicago.
“As an organization...
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers thanked Baltimore Ravens kicker Justin Tucker during his radios show Tuesday. Tucker’s 61-yard, game winning field goal against the Detroit Lions on Monday put the Packers in position to make the playoffs if they win their final two regular season games. “I’d like to thank Justin Tucker off the top here for his performance last night...
Baltimore Ravens kicker Justin Tucker hit a game winning 61-yard field goal on Monday night to give Baltimore the victory over the Detroit Lions and on Monday, Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers sent his thanks to the Ravens kicker.
According to a report from ESPN, on his weekly radio show Monday Packers QB Aaron Rodgers said, “I’d like to thank Justin Tucker off the top here...
The Chicago Bears are currently in first place in the NFC North and pretty much need to win the final two games on their schedule if they want to win it.
It’s either win the NFC North or go home considering the San Francisco 49ers and the New Orleans Saints or Carolina Panthers will be taking the Wild Card’s in the conference. With Aaron Rodgers possibly being sidelined on Sunday...
Yesterday, Matt Flynn took the first team reps which seemed to indicate that the Packers are planning on playing Flynn for Sunday's game against the Steelers. Today's practice only solidifies that thought, as Aaron Rodgers was seen mostly standing by the sideline while Matt Flynn and Scott Tolzien took a majority of the individual drills.
The news comes courtesy of...
Minnesota Vikings (4-9-1) at Cincinnati Bengals (9-5)
The Bengals lost last week pretty convincingly in Pittsburgh in a surprise loss that really shouldn’t have been much of a surprise to anyone. The Bengals just aren’t the same team on the road. They’ve already lost pretty convincingly on the road to Cleveland and Baltimore (the Bengals needed an improbable Hail Mary to even...
Let’s take a trip down memory lane for just a moment…
Things were looking positive for the 2013 season long before the grueling days of Training Camp had even begun.
Aaron Rodgers and Clay Matthews had both been signed to long term contracts, making them the cornerstones of the team for years to come.
They had drafted Datone Jones out of UCLA to shore up a pass rush that...
The Packers got some good news on Wednesday even thought it didn’t involve Aaron Rodgers. Wide receiver Randall Cobb practiced for the first time since suffering a fractured fibula earlier in the season. WR Randall Cobb practicing for the 1st time since he broke his tibia on Oct. 13. Would need to added to the roster to play Sunday. #Packers — Rob Demovsky (@RobDemovsky) December...