Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers reportedly practiced for the first time Saturday since suffering a collarbone injury, as the team designated him as a player to return from injured reserve.

Ian Rapoport‏ of NFL Network reported Rodgers wasn't cleared for full contact, and his next medical scan isn't scheduled until after the Packers' clash with the Cleveland Browns on Dec. 10.

The 34-year-old two-time NFL Most Valuable Player broke his collarbone during Green Bay's 23-10 loss to the Minnesota Vikings in Week 6.

Packers head coach Mike McCarthy said in mid-November the quarterback was making positive strides.

"I think he's making really good progress," he told reporters. "Training staff and strength and conditioning staff are very pleased with where he is. He's moving right along."

Whether he makes a late-season return depends on several factors, led by results of the testing after the Browns game and whether the Packers are still alive in the playoff hunt, per Rapoport.