Aaron Rodgers Says He's Been Cleared to Return

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He's been medically cleared to return to football.

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers says he's been medically cleared to return, according to a post Tuesday night on his Instagram account.

Coach McCarthy did not comment on Rodgers Sunday after the win.

"There's a number of scans, testing that went in this morning", McCarthy said. "But this is a medical decision. That's where it stands".

Rodgers has missed the last seven games after breaking his right collarbone on October 15 in Minnesota. Rodgers was placed on injured reserve the next day, ensuring he would have to sit out at least eight games.

It seems only fitting the return of No. 12 would be announced on December 12.

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From the first time he was seen doing some drills off to the side a month ago to his first public throwing session before the November 26 game in Pittsburgh to running the scout team in practice last week, Rodgers has impressed his coaches and teammates along the way.

"So at this time, I do not have a clean decision for you or an update". Rodgers is eligible to come off of injured reserve on Saturday and has been practicing for two weeks.

Prior to Rodgers going down in Week 6, Nelson was averaging 4.8 catches, 57.5 yards and 1.5 touchdowns in four full games with the star signal caller.

To that point, the Packers didn't top 30 points in a single game Hundley started after they dropped 35 in consecutive wins over the Bears and Dallas Cowboys in Weeks 4 and 5.

Getting to the playoffs remains a "maybe" proposition for the Packers.