From Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com:
#Packers QB Aaron Rodgers is practicing but when they went to 2-minute drill, the first team period, he took his helmet off & Flynn went in.
— Rob Demovsky (@RobDemovsky) December 13, 2013
Rodgers said earlier in the week that he'd need to take a majority of practice reps on Friday if he were to start against the Dallas Cowboys, and that doesn't appear to have happened.
All week long, the company line was that Rodgers still hasn't been medically cleared to play football. Rodgers was to undergo an evaluation on Friday morning, but based upon his practice participation, nothing seems to have changed.
Still, Rodgers has yet to be ruled out. It will be telling to see what his game day status projection (probable, questionable, doubtful or out) is when the team releases such information on Friday afternoon.
Packers head coach Mike McCarthy will meet with the media and address the Rodgers situation later on Friday as well, but as usual, he may have little to offer on the subject.
The good news in Green Bay is that several the players who missed the first two days of practice this week returned to action, including running back Eddie Lacy (ankle) and linebackers Brad Jones (ankle), Jamari Lattimore (knee), Mike Neal (abdomen).
Defensive lineman C.J. Wilson (ankle) was the only player who reportedly didn't practice in at least some capacity.