Green Bay Packers fans will embrace any news they can when it comes to quarterback Aaron Rodgers returning to the playing field. Spotted practicing on Wednesday, Rodgers worked with the rehabilitation crew on the side.
— Michael Cohen (@Michael_Cohen13) November 15, 2017
The fact that Rodgers is out there and exercising in some capacity is a positive sign. Though, Rodgers said there is no timetable for his return. His return depends on how long it takes his collarbone to heal.
Rodgers has been sidelined ever since he took a tackle from Minnesota Vikings linebacker Anthony Barr early in a Week 6 game. He is currently on IR and the earliest he can return is Week 15.
In the meantime, backup Brett Hundley has managed to win one of three starts since taking for Rodgers.