Packers QB Aaron Rodgers practiced for the first time on Saturday since undergoing surgery for a broken collarbone sustained in a game vs the Vikings in October. He was taken off injured reserve.
Per Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, Rodgers isn’t allowed to participate in full contact practice and that his next medical scan will not be until after Green Bay’s Week 14 matchup vs the Browns.
Rapoport also noted that Rodgers return depends on several situations. One are the results of the medical scan after Week 14 and the other is if Green Bay will still be in the playoff hunt at that point.
Backup QB Brett Hundley has been the replacement for Rodgers since he went down. He has totaled 1,185 yards, five touchdowns and seven interceptions. The Packers will face the Bucs this weekend in Green Bay and will look to tack on a victory in hopes to remain in the NFC playoff race.