Packers QB Aaron Rodgers announced Tuesday that he’s been medically cleared to return from the broken collarbone that led to him being placed on injured reserve.

You can expect the Packers to officially activate him from injured reserve on Wednesday.

Packers HC Mike McCarthy told reporters that they’re hoping to have a decision regarding Rodgers’ CT scan at some point on Tuesday and it looks like Rodgers met the necessary requirements to gain clearance from Green Bay’s medical staff.

Rodgers needed to show that his collarbone fracture was 80 percent healed or the Packers would have had to wait another week or two before taking another CT scan of his shoulder.