Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers (12) practices for the first time since his collarbone injury. Lukas Keapproth/Press Gazette Media
Aaron Rodgers' chances of playing against the Detroit Lions this week appear remote, but the quarterback's return to the practice field on Tuesday for the first time since he suffered a broken collarbone on Nov. 4 provided a boost to his teammates.
"He was running around, cracking jokes, same A-Rod," said Packers tight end Andrew Quarless. "He definitely brings the right energy back to practice and stuff like that, but hopefully he can get out there. It definitely was motivating to see him out there."
The appearance of Rodgers on the Don Hutson Center practice field throwing passes in his ...