The Green Bay Packers are going to have trouble staying in the playoff hunt over the next several games without Aaron Rodgers. But even if they manage to continue fighting for a wild card spot, the star quarterback is not going to rush himself back. Rodgers suffered a fractured collarbone a month ago, and he has been on the practice field this week doing some of his rehab drills on the sideline. He told ESPN Wisconsin’s Jason Wilde that getting back on the field was a big step but that nothing about his recovery timeline has changed. “It was just good being back on the practice field,” Rodgers said. “Schedule hasn’t changed. Out eight weeks. Only back if it’s completely healed.” Rodgers will be eligible to return to practice in two weeks.