Aaron Rodgers
QB GB (13)
Fri 9/28/18 10:50 AM

Head coach Mike McCarthy said Friday morning that Rodgers (knee) took some team reps at Thursday's practice and "looked good" while getting "everything accomplished that we set out to," Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.
EDGE Analysis
Rodgers logged an official limited practice Thursday for the first time since injuring his knee in Week 1, which was the first sign he was making progress in his recovery. McCarthy's comments would be another indication things are going in the right direction. It remains to be seen how much, if any, work Rodgers gets in Friday, but McCarthy expects him to take part in Saturday's walkthrough, and as long as he makes it through that session without issue, he would presumably be good to go for Sunday's game against the Bills.

Aaron Rodgers
QB GB (13)
Thu 9/27/18 4:40 PM

Rodgers (knee) was a limited practice participant Thursday, Michael Cohen of The Athletic reports.
EDGE Analysis
Rodgers fulfilled coach Mike McCarthy's proclamation that the quarterback would return to drills Thursday with a cap on his workload. During the portion of practice open to the media, Rodgers had numerous reps with Packers wide receivers and tight ends while also showing mobility, according to Ryan Wood of the Green Bay Press-Gazette. The development is a huge step for Rodgers, who didn't practice the last two weeks until the typical Saturday jog-through. While Rodgers likely won't have his injury designation cleared by week's end, he seems far more ready to handle the stress placed on his balky left knee.

Aaron Rodgers
QB GB (13)
Thu 9/27/18 11:16 AM

Packers head coach Mike McCarthy said Rodgers (knee) would be a limited participant in practice Thursday, Jim Owczarski of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
EDGE Analysis
Over the previous two weeks, Rodgers has only practiced with his healthy teammates on Saturdays, so the fact that he's involved in Thursday's team session even on a limited basis seemingly amounts to a positive step forward with his health. Even if Rodgers' condition continues to improve in the next couple of days, he'll still likely have to manage pain in his left knee on some level during Sunday's game against the Bills. The injury hasn't hindered Rodgers too much from a performance standpoint thus far, with the quarterback completing 66.3 percent of his throws for 546 yards, three touchdowns and no interceptions over the Packers' last two contests.

Aaron Rodgers
QB GB (13)
Wed 9/26/18 11:16 AM

Rodgers (knee) won't practice Wednesday and is still being viewed as day-to-day, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.
EDGE Analysis
As has been the case for the past two weeks, Rodgers will be confined to working out on the rehab field with the Packers' other injured players as the team prepares for Sunday's matchup with the Bills. Head coach Mike McCarthy indicated he wasn't certain that Rodgers would be able to practice any earlier than he had the previous two weeks, so expect the quarterback to be withheld from Thursday's session before taking part in a walk-through practice Saturday. There was no indication that Rodgers experienced a setback with his left knee during the Week 3 loss to the Redskins, so if he's able to get back on the field by Saturday, he should be cleared to start at home against Buffalo.

Aaron Rodgers
QB GB (13)
Sun 9/23/18 5:21 PM

Rodgers (knee) completed 27 of 44 passes for 265 yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions in the Packers' 31-17 loss to the Redskins on Sunday. He also rushed twice for 13 yards.
EDGE Analysis
Already significantly limited by his sprained left MCL coming in, Rodgers also appeared to hurt his right hamstring at one point in the contest, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports. However, the perennial Pro Bowler subsequently denied having suffered any further injury, according to Demovsky. Rodgers did look significantly hampered overall any time he tried to move around, but as was the case in a Week 2 tie with the Vikings, he managed to gut it out through four quarters and still turn in a solid fantasy line. There are no signs Rodgers plans on taking any time off to heal, so he'll be in play once in a Week 4 matchup against the Bills at Lambeau Field.

Aaron Rodgers
QB GB (13)
Sun 9/23/18 11:33 AM

Rodgers (knee) is active for Sunday's game at Washington, Jason Wahlers of the Packers' official site reports.
EDGE Analysis
Although the Packers never revealed whether Rodgers took part in Saturday's session, he likely did just that for the second week in a row. In his first game on a balky left knee Week 2, he compiled 281 yards and one touchdown against one of the NFL's top defenses, the Vikings, albeit with the help of an overtime period. His mobility was clearly hindered, though, and will be tested further in what will be rainy conditions in Landover, Md. this Sunday.

Aaron Rodgers
QB GB (13)
Fri 9/21/18 3:25 PM

Rodgers (knee) is officially listed as questionable for Sunday's game at Washington, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.
EDGE Analysis
Despite the designation, Rodgers is scheduled to practice Saturday and then play in Sunday's game. He followed the same routine last week, missing practice Wednesday, Thursday and Friday ahead of a 29-29 tie with the Vikings. Rodgers didn't have his usual mobility in the contest, but he still managed to throw for 281 yards and a touchdown while playing every snap. He plans to continue playing through a sprained MCL.

Aaron Rodgers
QB GB (13)
Fri 9/21/18 10:41 AM

Head coach Mike McCarthy said Friday morning that Rodgers (knee) will practice Saturday, Jim Owczarski of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
EDGE Analysis
The report notes that Rodgers is going through the same routine he did last week, which indicates he will not practice Friday, but will be listed as questionable and likely play Sunday against the Redskins as long as he is able to make it through Saturday's unofficial practice without issue. Fantasy players hoping to include Rodgers in their lineups for Week 3 will want to pay close attention to his status over the next several days.

Aaron Rodgers
QB GB (13)
Thu 9/20/18 4:37 PM

Rodgers (knee) was held out of practice Thursday,
EDGE Analysis
As expected, Rodgers was listed as a non-participant for a second consecutive day, instead rehabbing the MCL sprain and bone bruise in his left knee. Considering his Week 2 performance came on the heels of no practice until Saturday's session, he may merely have to fulfill the same schedule to play in Sunday's game at Washington. Even so, he appears certain to earn a questionable designation for Week 3.

Aaron Rodgers
QB GB (13)
Thu 9/20/18 11:21 AM

Rodgers (knee) will be limited to rehab work during Thursday's practice and is expected to be listed as a non-participant, Michael Cohen of The Athletic reports.
EDGE Analysis
The Packers opted for a walk-through session Wednesday, with Rodgers appearing on the team's estimated practice report as a non-participant. Though the team will don pads Thursday, Rodgers will be relegated to the sideline as he continues to deal with an MCL sprain and bone bruise in his left knee. Though the quarterback performed capably in last week's tie with the Vikings, Rodgers acknowledged Wednesday that it's possible his injury worsens as he continues to play through pain, per Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com. There haven't been any reports indicating that Rodgers came out of the Week 2 contest with any setbacks, however, so the expectation remains that he'll be on the field Sunday in Washington, even his practice time is limited beforehand.