Thanks to a fractured pinkie toe on his left foot, which Aaron Rodgers has said is extremely painful, he didn’t practice at all Wednesday, Thursday or Friday this week.
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Running back Aaron Jones took part in the team’s light walkthrough-style practice on Wednesday and was back out there on Thursday in a non-padded practice.
Bakhtiari, who is coming back reconstructive knee surgery to repair a torn left ACL suffered during a Dec. 31 practice near the end of last season, once again didn’t take part in practice on Thursday, marking the third straight practice he’s missed.
Rodgers didn’t take part in the walkthrough-style practice inside the Don Hutson Center because of a toe injury.
Despite not practicing all week while marooned on the reserve/COVID-19 list following his positive test last week, quarterback Aaron Rodgers (above) was activated as expected on Saturday and is set to start after missing last week’s loss to the Chiefs and watching from his couch as backup Jordan Love struggled in his first NFL start.
Green Bay is moving forward with the expectation Rodgers will be activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list on Saturday, but Bakhtiari didn't practice and is listed as doubtful.
Sean Beckton is a critical part of the puzzle going forward, according to Frost.
Hollister High School sophomore Kat Shaefer made her first trip to the MSHSAA State Cross Country Championship, after proving her running skil…
Those uncharted waters into which the coaches will be diving headfirst will require formulating a game plan for Seattle that will allow for myriad possibilities.
Badgers sophomore linebacker Nick Herbig has six sacks this season, a testament to his fiery competitiveness and offseason work with his brother and other NFL players at "The Bro Barn."