Packers: Rodgers out, Flynn In?
Jrlombardi reports on Packers quarterback status.
Rodgers unlikely to play Sunday, Flynn probably starts for Packers: Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is unlikely to play Sunday night at New England due to his second concussion of the season, the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reported Thursday. Flynn, who played the second half of Sunday’s 7-3 loss at Detroit, is in line to make his first NFL start. Head coach Mike McCarthy said Thursday that Rodgers would not practice, adding that his chances of practicing Friday are “slim to none.” Rodgers, who has started 45 consecutive games for Green Bay, is not allowed to attend meetings or watch film until doctors clear him. Rodgers also suffered a concussion Oct. 10, but was able to play the following week. “I feel good about it,” Flynn said Wednesday. “It was a good day at practice today and I’m excited. I’m just going to go through the week like I’m definitely going to be pla
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