NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports Aaron Rodgers (collarbone) doesn't have any more scans scheduled this week, meaning he's unlikely to gain clearance to face the Falcons.
Packers coach Mike McCarthy said Aaron Rodgers (collarbone) "made progress" on Thursday, but that there's "no more clarity" regarding his Week 14 status.
Aaron Rodgers (collarbone) is in pads for Thursday's practice.
ESPN Wisconsin's Jason Wilde says Aaron Rodgers is "likely" to miss Sunday's game against the Falcons.
FOX Sports' Jay Glazer reports the Packers haven't discussed shutting down Aaron Rodgers (collarbone) for the rest of the regular season.
Aaron Rodgers (collarbone) participated in individual drills at Wednesday's practice and earned a "limited" designation.
Speaking Tuesday, Aaron Rodgers (broken left collarbone) classified his return as a "waiting game," but vehemently denied that there are any plans to shut him down for the season.
Aaron Rodgers (broken left collarbone) has yet to be medically cleared, but will be a limited participant in Wednesday's practice, and has not been ruled out for Week 14.
Aaron Rodgers is scheduled to have scans performed on his fractured collarbone Tuesday.
The Packers have delayed coach Mike McCarthy's press conference from 4:45pm Monday to 3:15pm Tuesday.
Sources tell ESPN that Packers doctors prefer a conservative approach on Aaron Rogers' (collarbone) return.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports Aaron Rodgers (collarbone) has been eyeing a Week 14 return all along, but "he'd be lucky" to play next Sunday.
Prior to Thursday's game against the Lions, Aaron Rodgers told ESPN he thinks he'll be healed in time to play Week 14.
Aaron Rodgers (collarbone) has been ruled out for Thursday's Week 13 game against the Lions.