Aaron Rodgers fully participates in Wednesday’s practice

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Aaron Rodgers fully participated in a Wednesday practice for the first time since the season opener when he injured his knee. The Packers quarterback was a limited participant in the team’s Wednesday practice last week.

Before last week, Rodgers had used the first workout of the week as a rehab and rest day.

The Packers had only two players miss Wednesday’s work: Cornerback Kevin King (hamstring) is not expected to play Sunday, while tight end Jimmy Graham (knee) is.

Safety Kentrell Brice (knee), tackle Bryan Bulaga (knee) and linebacker Blake Martinez (ankle) received limited work in Wednesday’s practice.

Receiver Randall Cobb (hamstring) and linebacker Nick Perry (ankle) were full participants.

13 responses to “Aaron Rodgers fully participates in Wednesday’s practice

  1. He’s a near match this season with guaranteed, phenomenal, Cousins. He also did it on one leg. The Packers are still the team to beat in the North Division. They need it. The Bears want it. The Lions are lost. The Vikings play as though they’re entitled. It’s anybody’s. Nobody has pulled away.

  2. Yeah, and he practiced the same plays they have been running for the past 8 years. McCarthy has the same playbook he used the year the Packers won the super bowl. They are so predictable that I know exactly what play they are going to run out of almost every formation. And forget about a trick play or sending a receiver in motion. I dont know what to make of their defense. Just horrible, and they draft players to fix it. That is enough ranting I guess.😀

  3. At this point, these updates on Aaron Rodgers are irrelevant. He’s still great, and the rest of the team is pretty bad. I’m hoping we can turn it around but I doubt many changes are coming.

  4. I wonder why the Pack never is able to solve the hamstring and groin injury problem. I understand some are going to happen but this teams record is crazy. Maybe to much weight and not enough stretching work in their program.

  5. stellarperformance says:
    November 7, 2018 at 5:09 pm
    He’s a near match this season with guaranteed, phenomenal, Cousins. He also did it on one leg. The Packers are still the team to beat in the North Division. They need it. The Bears want it. The Lions are lost. The Vikings play as though they’re entitled. It’s anybody’s. Nobody has pulled away.
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    “Superbowl or Bust” – Your words, Your rules, no more excuses

  6. Packers have 2 games in 5 days.

    Some here will have a little extra anxiety if Green Bay wins both of those games.

    #OneGameAtATime

    #GoPackGo!🧀

  7. I am very worried about the Packers going on a run. They have ruined most seasons for me as a lifelong Vikings fan. Green Bay always worries me. I am not worried about the Bears, but the Packers I am always scared of.

    If the Packers win their next two games vs. Miami and Seattle and then beat my Vikings Nov. 25th, that is game over for this season for the Vikings. Color me worried.

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