Spilling the Beans: Aaron Rodgers Takes Reps with Packers First-Team Offense

It didn't happen during the portion of the Packers' practice that was open to the media, but tight end Andrew Quarless reportedly let the media into a piece of information no one else on the team was divulging.

Ryan Rodig, a sports reporter from WFRV-TV in Green Bay, tweeted the following on Wednesday afternoon as the Packers prepare to take on the Cowboys on Sunday:

According to head coach Mike McCarthy, Rodgers has still not been medically cleared for contact but he hasn't been ruled out of Sunday's game either.
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jack in jersey city's picture

December 11, 2013 at 08:16 pm

i have a feeling that rodgers isn't going to play this week after listening to his show with wilde yesterday. however, i think it's good that this information leaked out today. it means that the cowboys will have to prepare for both quarterbacks.

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Lucky953's picture

December 11, 2013 at 08:25 pm

Very surprising if he plays. In a dome, Against a relatively weak pass rush, Flynn should be successful moving the team

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RunAndHyde's picture

December 11, 2013 at 08:33 pm

Why would he do that if he wasn't playin this week?

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jack in jersey city's picture

December 11, 2013 at 09:14 pm

he said on his radio show that he still had pain when he tried to do some things at game speed last week. he was probably taking some starter reps to see how much pain he would be in now

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Stroh's picture

December 13, 2013 at 11:26 am

Players play in pain all the time. His pain shouldn't be the issue, there are ways to deal w/ pain. It should only be a question of whether the risk of re-injury is to great. And even that at this point should be minimal. Even a re-injury isn't like its a debilitating career ending injury. If he got hit on it again and re-injured it would require a simple offseason surgery and cause him to miss some offseason stuff but not training camp. I for one think the risk of re-injury and surgery is minimal compared to the potential reward of making the playoffs and more.

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