Rodgers explains why he didn’t practice on Wednesday.

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Rodgers explains why he didn’t practice on Wednesday.

Aaron Rodgers was able to lead the Green Bay Packers to a win over the Seattle Seahawks this week despite not playing in Week 9 or practicing before Week 10.

He was conspicuously absent from practice today despite being healthy enough to play against Seattle.

Rodgers did not practice on Wednesday, but he was also not listed on the injury report.

Rodgers made it clear to the media that he intends to play this Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings.

He’s also been suffering from a toe injury.

On Wednesday, Rodgers decided to take a “mental day,” according to him.

He joined a group of veteran players who usually take Wednesday off.

In the Packers’ 17-0 win over the Seahawks, Rodgers was 23 of 37 for 292 yards and an interception.

Due to a COVID-19 diagnosis, the three-time NFL MVP had not practiced in over a week leading up to the game.

When Aaron Rodgers is healthy, the Green Bay Packers are 8-2 and tied for the best record in the NFC with the Arizona Cardinals. Rodgers’ play has quickly elevated the Packers to one of the top Super Bowl contenders.

Rodgers has thrown for 2,186 yards and 17 touchdowns on 66.4 percent of his passes this season, with only five interceptions.

This season, however, the defense has exceeded all expectations.

While the Packers offense is in the middle of the pack, their defense is the best in the league.

In the league, there are three teams.

They can beat anyone if they’re firing on all cylinders.

Will Aaron Rodgers lead the Green Bay Packers to a victory over the Minnesota Vikings this weekend?

Aaron Rodgers Discusses Why He Didn’t Practice on Wednesday

Aaron Rodgers Explains Why He Didn’t Practice Wednesday

Aaron Rodgers Explains Why He Didn’t Practice Wednesday

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