Rodgers, meanwhile, didn't hold back his disappointment following his latest round of tests. The former MVP hasn't played in a game since breaking his collarbone on Nov. 4.
"I can't say this morning was the greatest news," Rodgers said on his weekly radio show on WAUK-AM in Milwaukee. "I was hoping for full clearance, and we didn't get that."
"I saw the scan, and I saw the X-ray, I'm going to let people read between the lines. Don't know about these leaks."
We learned Sunday that a source close to Rodgers told NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport that Rodgers would be "lucky" to play against the Falcons. Nothing in McCarthy's latest comments do anything to make us believe that has changed.