Every week, we have a discussion on Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and whether his broken collarbone will allow him to return to the lineup for Green Bay for the first time since Nov. 4. At this point, it sounds like he's not even close to coming back. He told ESPN Milwaukee on Tuesday, via the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, that a scan on his collarbone showed no additional healing and that he "would need different results this week in order to play this week." Additionally, Rodgers felt pain during practice last week. Seemingly, that's another setback. All of which could make you believe that the Packers will continue to play with Matt Flynn at quarterback. Rodgers said he tried to accomplish plenty of work last Wednesday but that he also didn't feel good while doing so.
Aaron Rodgers had pain in practice last week, bone not healing fast
CBS Sports | Dec 10