Aaron Rodgers: One Day At A Time

Aaron Rodgers: One Day At A Time

Aaron Rodgers: One Day At A Time

Aaron Rodgers told the media he has a sprained knee and that it's been "pretty sore the last three days".

The Vikings are planning to face Rodgers, not backup DeShone Kizer, in what will be quarterback Kirk Cousins' first NFC North game since signing in Minnesota as a free agent in March.

There are two very obvious things to look for when trying to find signs as to whether an important National Football League player will take the field or not.

"Packers coach Mike McCarthy says Aaron Rodgers will work in the rehab group again today".

"This is no layup", McCarthy said Thursday morning.

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

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You'll notice that there is no firm commitment on either side, but by reading his body language it seems like the team wants to exercise caution while Rodgers will want to give it a go. He said after the game that while he had to undergo more tests, he planned on playing against Minnesota. Coach McCarthy has said #12 will be given the entire week to rehab and prepare for the Vikings. He said feel "a little better every day".

Rodgers has already asserted he does not need to practice in order to play Sunday at Lambeau.

The latter makes more sense if we're being honest.

Rodgers said he planned on playing this week after the win over the Bears.

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. Adams has developed a strong connection with Rodgers that has helped become a key part of the offensive game plan as one of the primary targets.

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