Aaron Rodgers will likely be out again, but could the Packers get Cobb back?
Today not much had changed once again for Aaron Rodgers. During individual drills, Rodgers once again took snaps from backup center JC Tretter while Matt Flynn worked with starting center Evan Dietrich-Smith.
Per several reporters, Rodgers continued to throw with good velocity and might have taken a few more throws than he did last Wednesday.
Rodgers’ collarbone was scheduled to be examined by team physician Dr. Pat McKenzie before practice. The results are not out yet though.
A good note though is receiver Randall Cobb practiced for the first time since he fractured his right tibia on Oct. 13. Cobb would need to be activated off the injured reserve/designated to return list in order to play Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers.