Will we see Aaron Rodgers again this season? That's anybody's guess.
The Green Bay Packers quarterback participated in individual drills Wednesday, one day after acknowledging that he experienced enough pain during last week's limited workout to sit out for a fifth consecutive game in Week 14.
With Matt Flynn lining up with the first team, Rodgers engaged in light throwing, a scramble drill and a series of dropbacks, per the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. After the session, coach Mike McCarthy told reporters that he won't rule out Rodgers for Sunday's meeting with the Dallas Cowboys until he sees more.
McCarthy called Rodgers the "the face of our franchise" and reiterated that he hasn't been medically cleared after fracturing his collarbone early last month.
NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported Wednesday that Rodgers is unlikely to be cleared before Sunday's game, per a source informed of his health. Rapoport was told the the team doesn't expect Rodgers to play.
"I shouldn't be having pain doing simple movements," Rodgers said Tuesday. "It didn't get better as (last) week went on. I tried a lot (last) Wednesday, it didn't feel good."
"I didn't think he was in pain today," McCarthy said of Wednesday's session.
The Packers are obviously taking a hyper-cautious approach with their best player. Barring stunning progress over the next 72 hours, we'll see Flynn under center in Big D.