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QB Rodgers Foot Sprain Isn’t Considered Serious

QB Aaron Rodgers has a sprained foot, and Monday sat out practice because of it. Even though, the the injury isn’t considered serious.

Packers head coach Mike McCarthy said that Rodgers wanted to practice, but McCarthy figured it was a good time for him to relax and take a break.

It is well known that Rodgers wasn’t set to play on Thursday against the Chiefs, as most of if not all the teams starters won’t take the field.

Backup Matt Flynn and No. 3 Graham Harrell ran the team through no-huddle, red-zone and move-the-ball drills. Flynn may get the start against the Chiefs, although McCarthy said he would wait until Tuesday to make that decision.


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