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Rodgers practices

Nov. 6, 2013 11:15 AM
 
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Quarterback Aaron Rodgers did all drills in the portion of practice open to the media today after missing last week's game because of a concussion. Rodgers presumably was going to take snaps in 11-on-11 work later in the practice, and if he's symptom-free tomorrow should be cleared to play Sunday against the New York Giants. Linebacker Clay Matthews' injured shin must be improving because he practiced today, the first time he's done much more than jog-through work in practice since his shin swelled up after the Packers' game at the New York Jets on Oct. 31. Matthews hasn't missed a game because of the injury. Five players missed practice: linebacker Frank Zombo (knee), safety Nick Collins (ribs), linebacker Diyral Briggs (ankle), defensive end Cullen Jenkins (calf) and linebacker Erik Walden (quad). Left tackle Chad Clifton (knees) took part in the jog-through then left for rehab work, as has been his normal schedule this season. -- Pete Dougherty, pdougher@greenbaypressgazette.com

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