Packers' Aaron Rodgers (calf) to miss practice time

Aaron Rodgers will miss practice time while nursing a calf injury.

Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy said his quarterback will be with the rehab group on Wednesday and probably Thursday.

Rodgers sat out the end of the Packers' blowout win over the Seattle Seahawks after tweaking the calf in the first quarter.

Rodgers had been dealing with a hamstring injury in the weeks prior to suffering the calf setback.

McCarthy said Monday that Rodgers' ability to reset his feet was key to playing through the injury.

"If you can't reset your feet, I don't know how you can perform," McCarthy said, via ESPN's Rob Demovsky. "But his ability to reset his feet was key. As long as he can do that, he'll be fine. The positive of him hurting his calf is we've been through it before."

NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported that the calf injury doesn't seem as bad as the one Rodgers suffered in 2014.

The Packers sit two games behind the Detroit Lions in the NFC North and take on the Bears in Chicago on Sunday. We'd be shocked if Rodgers doesn't start a pivotal division game against the rival Bears.

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