The Green Bay Packers are still waiting for medical clearance for quarterback Aaron Rodgers to play.
The former NFL MVP took snaps again with the second team in practice on Wednesday, with Matt Flynn working with the starting unit.
Head coach Mike McCarthy says Rodgers’ status for Sunday’s game against Pittsburgh will officially be decided on Friday.
Rodgers has been out since suffering a broken collarbone on the opening drive November 4th against Chicago.
Green Bay is 7-6-and-1, a half-game behind first-place Chicago in the NFC North with two games to play.
By: Mike Plourde – for Great Lakes Radio Sports