Aaron Rodgers' arm isn't the problem. That was evident Wednesday when the Green Bay Packers quarterback practiced in front of reporters for the first time since his Oct. 15 collarbone injury. Although Rodgers actually returned to practice on Saturday, this was the first time anyone was allowed to watch. During the open periods of the no-pads practice, Rodgers not only threw passes but also lined up at cornerback to simulate defensive players. "He throws the ball unlike any I've ever seen," said Brett Hundley, who will start at least one more game at quarterback on Sunday at Cleveland. "Still slinging it." Or as receiver Jordy Nelson put it: "He looks like himself." Last week, linebacker Clay Matthews joked that Rodgers looked so good during his rehab work that maybe the Packers probably shouldn't have put him on injured reserve after he broke his right clavicle against the Vikings.