#Packers practice: Lacy not working but here doing rehab. Rodgers doing a bit more than last week. Crucial work will come after media goes.
— Tom Silverstein (@TomSilverstein) December 11, 2013
The picture of Aaron Rodgers is no clearer on Wednesday than it was a day ago, a week ago, even a month ago.
A report from another beat writer indicated Matt Flynn was still taking snaps from starting center Evan Dietrich-Smith, indicating that the plan, at least for now, will be for Flynn to play Sunday against the Dallas Cowboys.
If there's a silver lining, it's that Rodgers did more than he did a week ago at practice, at least according to Silverstein. Rodgers said during his weekly radio show on Tuesday that he experienced pain during practice last week as he continues to recover from a broken collarbone.
Head coach Mike McCarthy will have an update during his press conference later this afternoon.
Not taking part in practice was Eddie Lacy, the Packers' workhorse running back and Rookie of the Year candidate.
Lacy sprained his ankle early in last week's game against the Atlanta Falcons but later returned to play in the second half.
If Lacy was able to play on a hobbled ankle on Sunday, it's probably a good bet that he can play in their next game, but the Packers will try to give him as much rest as possible.