Rodgers takes snaps, does conditioning drills at Packers practice

Doug Mendoza
November 19, 2017

Per ESPN's Rob Demovsky, Rodgers took "a few snaps off to the side" in his first action of any kind since breaking his collarbone against the Minnesota Vikings on October 15.

"I know the training staff and the strength and conditioning staff are really pleased where he is", McCarthy said Thursday. "He's moving right along".

For the Green Bay Packers to stay in the playoff chase, they will need production out of their running game, regardless of who is carrying the ball in their banged-up backfield.

Rodgers worked on cardio and agility drills and then took snaps from a trainer simulating both the under center kind and shotgun. In his only extended session with reporters following surgery, he said he would come back only if his collarbone was completely healed.

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"It was just good being back on the practice field", Rodgers told Jason Wilde of the Wisconsin Journal Sentinel.

He was placed on injured reserve, and the earliest he can return to game action is at the December 17 game against the Carolina Panthers.

Former NFL team physician David Chao believes Rodgers could begin throwing the football again in a week or two, which aligns nicely with his ability to start practicing in two weeks. Rodgers underwent surgery on October 19 to have plates and screws inserted to stabilize his broken right clavicle.

When Rodgers broke his left clavicle in 2013, the Packers did not place him on injured reserve.

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