(WNFL) - It appears that Aaron Rodgers is throwing better than he has since he broke his left collarbone on November fourth. The Green Bay Packers' quarterback threw a number of short-and-middle range passes during the part of today's practice that was open to the media. Reporters were not allowed to see the team drills, where Matt Flynn was expected to get the majority of the snaps. The apparent concern now is what might happen to Rodgers' broken left collarbone on his non-throwing side if he's hit or sacked. He has not been cleared to play in a game -- and it's uncertain whether he could be ready for Green Bay's next contest on Sunday against Atlanta at Lambeau Field. The only players not practicing at the start today were defensive end C-J Wilson and linebacker Mike Neal.
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