Report: Aaron Rodgers Taking Reps With First Team

Aaron Rodgers could be done for the season.

The Packers seem to be playing a little possom here.

After several reports suggested the Packers were pessimistic about Rodgers availability for the Cowboys on Sunday, Packers tight end Andrew Quarless gave a different account.

According to Quarless, Rodgers took some first-team reps with the offense on Wednesday during a portion of practice that was closed off to the media.

“[Rodgers] looked real good today,” Quarless said on Wednesday, via “It was good to see him out there, really working with the (No. 1) offense. He was out there before but wasn’t working as much with the offense, but today he took some offensive reps, which is a great thing for the team.”

Quarless was then asked specifically if those offensive reps were first-team reps, “Yes, sir,” he replied.

Rodgers hasn’t been cleared to play yet, and Mike McCarthy said that he would evaluate his quarterback some more on Thursday.

“We’ll see how he is tomorrow. We’ll set a plan for him again tomorrow,” McCarthy said. “Aaron still is not medically cleared, and really, I think it’s important to stay in-tune with that because the topic of ‘Is he playing in the game?’ versus ‘Is he medically cleared?’ — those are two totally different issues.”

McCarthy didn’t mention anything about first-team reps, but he did say that Rodgers practiced on Wednesday in a limited fashion.

“Aaron’s obviously very important to our organization,” McCarthy said. “He’s the face of our franchise and until he’s medically cleared, just like any other player going through a significant injury, that’s really where the focus will be. But he practiced today in a limited fashion.”