Rodgers misses practice Wednesday, Zimmer expects to see him Sunday

13 September, 2018, 15:32 | Author: Ellis Copeland
  • Rodgers practices but Packers QB still questionable

- Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was held out of practice on Wednesday while he tries to recover from the knee injury he suffered Sunday night.

Rodgers injured his leg Sunday night after Bears defensive end Roy Robertson-Harris fell on him with just over nine minutes remaining before halftime and left the field on a cart, but surprised everyone by coming back out for the second half.

Rodgers said in his postgame interview Sunday night on NBC that he would play vs. the Vikings, against whom he broke his collarbone a year ago.

With a date at Lambeau Field looming, Barr sounded ready to do the same. He said after the game that while he had to undergo more tests, he planned on playing against Minnesota. Typically, players need to practice throughout the week in order to be eligible to play on game day. He said his knee is still sore, but that it's improving every day. "We'll take it day by day and learn as we go". He'll be in the rehab group [on Wednesday].

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"He's always responded, puts a lot of extra time in", McCarthy told reporters.

Vikings coach Mike Zimmer is pretty certain his team will be facing Rodgers.

Rehabbing on Wednesday was not a setback, McCarthy said.

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