MM: Matt Flynn took the starter reps today. It was a big mental day for us.
— Wes Hodkiewicz (@WesHod) November 26, 2013
After a brief moment of jubilation in learning that Aaron Rodgers practiced for the first time on Tuesday since breaking his collarbone, the air was let out of the balloon by Packers head coach Mike McCarthy.
In response to yesterday's comments that Rodgers' odds of playing in Thursday's Thanksgiving game against the Lions was "slim to none," McCarthy said on Tuesday that it was "closer to none."
The Packers head coach also acknowledged that Flynn received repetitions as the starter at quarterback, as the team prepares to play without Aaron Rodgers, and goes with Flynn in favor of backup Scott Tolzien.
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