Packers QB Aaron Rodgers ‘getting better,’ but decision could wait till Sunday

GREEN BAY – The hope is that Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers will be able to participate in Saturday’s walkthrough, but even if he’s unable coach Mike McCarthy said Rodgers could play Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings.

McCarthy offered no deadline for deciding on Rodgers’ availability for Sunday. He could delay a decision until inactives are due 90 minutes before kickoff against the Vikings.

“He could play with no reps,” McCarthy said. “We’ve established that point some time ago in his career. So I think it’s no different. You’d like to walk off the field Saturday and have your plan set, but this is the National Football League, things happen.”

Rodgers did not practice Wednesday or Thursday, instead rehabbing his injure, left knee. He has been around the team, however, and involved in the game plan.

McCarthy sounded encouraged with Rodgers’ progress Friday morning.

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“Aaron’s getting better,” McCarthy said. “He was in the meeting this morning. I

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