"So far, so good I would say is how we're looking at it," McCarthy told reporters on Monday, per the Green Bay Press Gazette.
Rodgers ripped off a season-high 418 passing yards and ran for a 14-yard score late in the loss to New Orleans. He wasn't hobbled, but offensive coordinator Tom Clements acknowledged the team "stayed away from designed quarterback movement plays," although "he still moved around fairly well."
It appears the Green Bay faithful can rest easy.
Here's who else Around The NFL is tracking in this Tuesday edition of the injury roundup:
- Running back DeAngelo Williams (ankle), who has missed the last four starts, took first-team snaps in practice, per ESPN.com's David Newton. Panthers coach Ron Rivera said that Williams "looked good" and will start Thursday against the Saints, via NFL Media's Jeff Darlington. The team also announced that it placed linebacker Chase Blackburn (knee) on season-ending injured reserve.
Herremans reportedly tore his left biceps -- typically a season-ending injury -- but will attempt to play this weekend, according to Philly.com.