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Packers Hoping to Make Quick Call on QB Rodgers

Updated: 12/25/2013 4:05 PM
Created: 12/25/2013 4:04 PM WDIO.com
By: Associated Press

GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) - When the Green Bay Packers take the field for practice on Thursday, they will know whether quarterback Aaron Rodgers is going to start Sunday's NFC North showdown at the Chicago Bears.

There was no word Tuesday on the most scrutinized collarbone in Wisconsin. Rodgers said on his weekly ESPN radio show in Milwaukee that he recently had another scan and it's being evaluated.

Rodgers broke his left collarbone Nov. 4 against the Bears and has missed the last seven games. He started practicing on a limited basis four weeks ago and has been pain-free for about two weeks. He had hoped to get medical clearance for each of the past two games

The Packers are 2-5-1 since Rodgers' injury, which occurred on the opening series of their 27-20 loss to the Bears.

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