The Green Bay Packers are getting healthier. However, the Green Bay Packers will proceed with Aaron Rodgers in the same manner they did last week.
Whether the outcome regarding the quarterback's playing status will be any different wasn't known Wednesday.
Team doctors examined Rodgers' fractured left collarbone before practice but did not clear him to play Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Coach Mike McCarthy followed a similar practice plan last week, when Rodgers and Matt Flynn shared snaps with the starting offense on Wednesday. By Friday of last week, Flynn was back to taking all of the reps.
"[Rodgers] threw the ball extremely well, looked sharp," McCarthy said after practice Wednesday. "He's getting better."
Even more good news Randall Cobb returned to practice for the first time since breaking his leg in mid-October.