Packers QB Aaron Rodgers took 1st rep in every drill during open part of practice. Those usually go to the starter but we didn't see 11-on-11s.
As Demovsky stated, the media didn't see the 11-on-11 drill, which is a better indicator of QB pecking order. However, this is the first time that Rodgers has been ahead of Flynn in any drills since the injury, so it's an encouraging sign. We're now cautiously optimistic that he'll make his return against the Bears, the same team that broke his collarbone.