Green Bay QB Rodgers working out with rehabbing players

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The Green Bay Packers can say all they want that quarterback Aaron Rodgers is day to day with a knee injury.

Although running a No. 1 offense isn't foreign to Kizer after starting 15 games for Cleveland last year, there is a huge benefit in the second-year quarterback getting a chance to run with the Packers' starters regardless of whether he plays Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings.

That being said, Rodgers wasn't on the practice field on Wednesday.

Rodgers called his injury a "sprained knee" on Wednesday.

McCarthy said receiver Davante Adams (shoulder) and linebacker Oren Burks (shoulder) will be "limited" participants in Thursday's padded practice. He completed 20 of 30 passes for 286 yards and three touchdowns against the Bears.

Rehabbing on Wednesday was not a setback, McCarthy said.

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Now, perhaps that's in order to keep everyone from taking the Vikings if Rodgers doesn't play. He said his knee is still sore, but that it's improving every day.

As we sit here on Thursday morning, we have not received an indication one way or another from the Packers whether or not Aaron Rodgers will play on Sunday against the Vikings.

Just before the start of the season, Rodgers was given a new contract at Green Bay to make him the highest-paid player in history.

If Rodgers does play, it would be his first game against the Vikings since the two-time MVP broke his right collarbone following a hit from Minnesota linebacker Anthony Barr on October 15.

Not to mention, if Rodgers were to take the field, he would face off against a tough and loaded Vikings defense, that on paper, would give the signal caller issues throughout the game. OR perhaps it means that Las Vegas knows more than we do.

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