At some point, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers may get to a place in his career where his work in training camp is significantly curtailed. The two-time NFL MVP is not there yet.

On the eve of training camp, coach Mike McCarthy said he has no plans to limit his 31-year-old quarterback's workload over the next month even though Rodgers is coming off consecutive injury-marred seasons.

"We're not counting throws all the time, and it's not a concern as it will be when he's later in his career," McCarthy said Wednesday. "I mean, he's still very physically fit and so I don't feel like I need to protect him because of any type of elbow or shoulder issue, thing like that. But we just work through it, communicate and see where he's at every day."

Rodgers said this offseason that he has "zero concern" about the calf injury he suffered in Week 16 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers even though it took him several months this offseason to fully recover. Although he did not miss any games because of it, his practice time was curtailed significantly late last season.