According to the Packers' official website, Rodgers was seen working on quarterback-center exchanges, executing footwork and dropback drills, and throwing short passes to receivers during position drills. Matt Flynn and Scott Tolzien traded reps with Rodgers.
It's certainly a positive step forward, but don't expect to see Rodgers play against the Detroit Lions on Thanksgiving. Packers coach Mike McCarthy told reporters Monday that Rodgers' chances of playing this week were "slim to none." He was even clearer Tuesday, explaining that Rodgers' chances of playing are "closer to none."
"It does not look like Aaron is going to make it," McCarthy said.
Flynn took starter reps for the Packers on Tuesday.
Rodgers' injury is to his left collarbone, meaning a non-contact practice is unlikely to present risk of aggravating the injury. Taking a hit in an actual game is another issue, and the collarbone remains in a vulnerable state.