Rodgers says he suffered sprained knee

Mitchell Trubisky's pocket presence limited Bears offense vs. Packers in Week 1

Mitchell Trubisky's pocket presence limited Bears offense vs. Packers in Week 1

Rodgers is considered day to day with his knee injury. He said it would be accurate to describe his injury as a sprained left knee.

It'll be interesting to see how the Vikings play Rodgers. He echoed McCarthy by saying it's one day at a time.

Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer is preparing to face Aaron Rodgers. The Packers quarterback gave a blunt one-word answer when he was asked if he needed to practice this week in order to play. He says Rodgers and the training staff are still taking this day by day.

Rodgers said immediately after Green Bay's fantastic comeback that he'd play in Week 2 against Minnesota, and the 34-year-old didn't back down from that sentiment Wednesday.

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If Rodgers does play, it would be his first game against the Vikings since the two-time MVP broke his right collarbone following a hit from Minnesota linebacker Anthony Barr on October 15. That group includes linebacker Anthony Barr, who broke Rodgers' collarbone with a hit early last season.

NOTES: Adams also missed practice after he said he hurt his shoulder when a Bears defensive back landed on him after making a 51-yard catch.

According to Rodgers, the knee has been slowly been getting better, but it still doesn't feel great.

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