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Packers Calendar: Evaluation and Practice for Aaron Rodgers

One day after describing the pain he experienced last week on his weekly radio show, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers will continue the process of trying to come back from his broken collarbone to play in Sunday's game against the Dallas Cowboys.

"He'll be evaluated Wednesday morning by Dr. Pat McKenzie," said head coach Mike McCarthy in his last press conference on Monday.

When Rodgers described the pain he had doing simple football movements such as taking a snap or handing off to a running back, it seemed the odds of Rodgers playing this week only got longer.

Still, Rodgers hasn't been ruled out and a lot will be determined by how he performs in practice this week, which will begin after his medical evaluation.

McCarthy will have an update at his Wednesday press conference streamed live on the team's official website at 1:00 p.m. CT.

In the evening, safety M.D. Jennings will host the weekly J-Mike and M.D. Show from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. CT on WDUZ 107.5 FM and 1400 AM in Green Bay.

The show originates from Thornberry Creek golf course in Oneida, Wis. in front of an audience and will be streamed live on TheFan1075.com.

Comments (10)

RunAndHyde's picture

There was only one M.D. in that article anyone gives a sh#t about lol.

PacMan's picture

What's going on with Rodgers? A couple weeks ago he said he planned on playing against Atlanta. Now all of a sudden there is "all this pain"???

It feels like 80's. Just hoping we get to the playoffs cuz "you never know" but not really having a prayer.

So here's to hoping that Rodgers can play and like his old self or that Flynn can finally make someone respect the pass enough to stop loading the box against the run.

For that matter, what's the story with Lacy's ankle and why didn't they fire MM for running him at the end of the half - LOL! Not seriously in favor of firing MM but I am serious about him giving up the play calling.

RunAndHyde's picture

Kinda feels like they are BSn us a little bit. I kinda think they were hoping we lost against ATL so we wouldn't have to play 12 again this year...I could be wrong though.

casual fan's picture

Running Lacy to end the half against Atlanta seemed like a real bad decision to me as well. The problem beyond that is it doesn't seem like anyone is willing to admit it was a bad decision.

Arlo's picture

Without AR in Dallas, Romo will be the best QB on the field this Sunday. Doubt Matty can play at a level needed to win on the road. Several turnovers by Dallas would seem to be the Pack's only chance. I have little confidence that the Pack's defense will do much to pull out a road win. In six road games they've given up 30 ppg. Not good.

cLowNEY42's picture

Packer w/ Flynn starting vs DAL = Thanksgiving redo.

murphy's picture

Have you watched Dallas play defense lately?

cLowNEY42's picture

2 words...

Packer.
Offense.

murphy's picture

Did Dallas go out and get a D-line in the last 2 days?

murphy's picture

Go Browns.
Go Ravens.

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