Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has reportedly looked "ridiculous, just incredible" in practice, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL.com.

Still, his status for next week's game against the Carolina Panthers—the soonest he's eligible to return to game action—is contingent upon being medically cleared after undergoing a CT scan this week.

Rodgers, 34, has been sidelined since breaking his collarbone in an Oct. 15 loss to the Minnesota Vikings. Per Rapoport: "All of this depends on how the bone on his surgically repaired collarbone is healing. Of course we know he has two plates and 13 screws."

He was put on injured reserve following his injury and was activated Dec. 2.