Published: Thu, September 13, 2018
Sports | By Johanna Francis

Packers QB Rodgers taking 'sprained knee' day-by-day

Packers QB Rodgers taking 'sprained knee' day-by-day

The team has yet to determine if Rodgers will even be able to practice at all this week ahead of their home opener.

"I want to play, but just take it one day at a time and see how it feels tomorrow and see how it feels Friday, Saturday and then, hopefully to ready to go Sunday", Rodgers said.

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers said he suffered a "sprained knee" during Sunday's victory over the Chicago Bears.

He made his National Football League debut for eight snaps in Week 1 against the Green Bay Packers, and he wants more on Monday against the Seattle Seahawks. But for most of the game, the Bears were better.

So it's understandable why Zimmer and the Vikings think Rodgers will play.

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Packers coach Mike McCarthy echoed his quarterback's "one day at a time" sentiment during his own press conference on Wednesday.

"I think anytime a player comes off a game where he's injured, obviously there's the hope of playing", McCarthy added. "He'll be given the whole week to get ready".

Rehabbing on Wednesday was not a setback, McCarthy said.

Rodgers said he was feeling progressively better over the last couple days, though still sore.

"When I saw him, you know, come back out I knew he would play, and I'll be honest with you, I didn't go around the house or call people and say: 'Oh this is bad news for Chicago'". Based on his comments from Wednesday, the Vikings coach sounds pretty confident that Green Bay's star player will be on the field.

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