Rodgers in rehab group at Packers' practice

Rodgers in rehab group at Packers' practice

Though he didn't practice, Rodgers spoke to the media Wednesday afternoon in accordance with his weekly schedule.

Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer was not shy about the fact his team will be preparing for the future Hall of Fame quarterback.

Aaron Rodgers called his injury a "sprained knee".

Green Bay returned to the practice field on Wednesday, though Rodgers did not participate and stayed at Lambeau Field to rehab.

Rodgers left the game during the first half, but came back for the third quarter, leading the Packers from a 20-point deficit to emerge with a 24-23 victory.

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Even though the Packers shouldn't make rely on that formula for success, it was extremely entertaining and one of the best games fans have seen in a long time.

It's not a setback, McCarthy said, and Rodgers' injury is still being dealt with on a day-by-day basis.

Rodgers told Demovsky his knee is "pretty sore" but it feels "a little better every day".

If some reason Rodgers is unable to give it a go, the team would like turn to second-year quarterback DeShone Kizer to take up the spot start duties.

"Obviously there's the hope of playing", McCarthy said. Instead he worked with players rehabbing, which also included receiver Davante Adams.