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Thursday Practice Quickie

Nov. 6, 2013 11:15 AM
 
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Quarterback Aaron Rodgers (concussion), linebacker Frank Zombo (knee) and defensive end Cullen Jenkins (calf) were held out of practice Thursday. Left guard Daryn Colledge (knee), cornerback Charles Woodson (toe), linebacker Clay Matthews (shin) and defensive end Ryan Pickett (ankle) participated in the jog-through portion. Woodson was not in pads and left afterward. Matthews wore sweats and moved to the rehab area following the jog-through. Colledge was in pads, but went to the side after the the jog-through. He did not participate Wednesday. The media portion of practice was open for the first five periods of the workout.

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