Green Bay QB Rodgers working out with rehabbing players

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Asked at his locker if it was accurate to say his injury was a sprained knee, Rodgers said, "Sure. say sprained knee". One, what is the player's injury status?

For starters, there is the very public status of Rodgers, who is not practicing Thursday, Mike McCarthy said Thursday.

Although Rodgers was adamant about playing this Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings, his coach is saying otherwise.

McCarthy confirmed Rodgers will continue to work in the rehab group on Thursday, adding the two-time MVP quarterback is "going to try to do more today than yesterday".

"Yeah. He walks on water so I'm sure he's gonna play", Zimmer said, per NFL Network.

Rodgers has already asserted he does not need to practice in order to play Sunday at Lambeau.

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Rodgers said he is feeling "a little better every day", but is "pretty sore".

Maybe the biggest red flag of all is the SuperContest line handed out by the Westgate, which made the Packers +7 for this game.

For the Vikings it's not a question of if they'll see Rodgers take the field, but how they'll prepare for him if he's hobbled at all. However, the Packers obviously don't want to tip their hand to the Vikings.

Rodgers himself seemed confident he would be able to beat the injury, and said it would take something a lot more serious to keep him off the field. This included a huge 51-yard catch that helped push the momentum further in Green Bay's favor prior to him making a 12-yard touchdown reception on the same drive.

"We know he's playing", Vikings defensive end Everson Griffen said. "But. two days is not going to make or break whether (we have) success, whether it's me and DeShone, me and Aaron, whoever it may be".