Aaron Rodgers doesn’t practice Wednesday, Aaron Jones limited

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Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has been on the injury report with a right thumb injury for several weeks and he has alternated between limited Wednesday practices and sitting out entirely over that span.

This Wednesday was one of the ones he sat out entirely. The Packers list Rodgers as a non-participant for their first on-field work ahead of Sunday’s home game against the Cowboys.

Rodgers has not missed any game action, but he also hasn’t played up to his usual standard during the team’s five-game losing streak.

Running back Aaron Jones (ankle) was a limited participant after getting hurt in last Sunday’s loss to the Lions. Kicker Mason Crosby (back), cornerback Rasul Douglas (calf), wide receiver Allen Lazard (shoulder), guard Jon Runyan (knee), and linebacker Preston Smith (neck) were also limited participants.

Tackle David Bakhtiari (knee), linebacker Krys Barnes (concussion), linebacker De'Vondre Campbell (knee), wide receiver Romeo Doubs (ankle), linebacker Rashan Gary (knee), cornerback Shemar Jean-Charles (ankle), offensive lineman Elgton Jenkins (knee), cornerback Eric Stokes (ankle, knee), and wide receiver Sammy Watkins (knee) joined Rodgers as non-participants.

11 responses to “Aaron Rodgers doesn’t practice Wednesday, Aaron Jones limited

  1. The once-in-a-blue-moon that I pull for the Cowboys. I don’t remember the last time.

  2. Diva boy is milking it as his poor poor excuse that he cant throw due to a bad thumb but he sure aint letting ove step in and take over is he.

  3. Whatever happened to his talk about guys who aren’t playing well needing to be benched? That idea sure didn’t last long for him, did it?

  4. To his credit he really hasn’t used the thumb as an excuse, unless I missed it. Thought for sure it’d be the first thing he blamed since he obviously couldn’t blame his receivers for that performance.

  5. He is in the games on Sunday, but he doesn’t play. Just takes a few steps back and throws the ball away or maybe a red zone pick.

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