Packers taking Aaron Rodgers injury 'day by day'

Florence Fletcher
September 13, 2018

Despite his heroic comeback in Week 1 against the Chicago Bears, it's unclear whether Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers will be under center on Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings. "We'll see what tomorrow brings".

Wearing a brace could be an option, depending on how the quarterback feels later in the week.

"Whatever coach feels like is best for me as far as playing time-wise, if it's one quarter or an entire game, whatever that may be, I'm just with it".

If the soreness keeps Rodgers out of practice for the rest of the week, that doesn't necessarily mean he won't play against the Vikings.

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Rodgers is considered day to day with his knee injury.

"So we'll take it day by day and learn as we go", McCarthy said. "He'll be given the whole week to get ready".

Packers head coach Mike McCarthy told reporters that Rodgers will work with other players rehabilitating injuries, while emphasizing Rodgers did not suffer a setback to his injured knee and the signal-caller's status is consider day to day. He said he did not practice at all today and stayed at the stadium for treatment.

He described how he was cleared to play by the team doctor at halftime against the Bears so long as he could "deal with the pain".

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