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Ruben Holloway
September 13, 2018

"There was a lot of adrenaline", said Rodgers, who guided the Packers to a 24-23 victory over the Bears on Sunday night after returning from the knee injury in the second half.

The 34-year-old had been working with a rehab group rather than the rest of the offensive line on Wednesday, fuelling speculation that he would not be included in the team.

It's the $134 million question: Will Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers play this Sunday against the Vikings?

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Rodgers stayed at Lambeau Field during practice and worked with trainers. "We'll give him the whole week to get ready". He said after the game that while he had to undergo more tests, he planned on playing against Minnesota.

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

Rodgers said he was feeling progressively better over the last couple days, though still sore.

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"Obviously there's the hope of playing", McCarthy said.

Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer was not shy about the fact his team will be preparing for the future Hall of Fame quarterback. "But we'll see how that goes", McCarthy said. Based on his comments from Wednesday, the Vikings coach sounds pretty confident that Green Bay's star player will be on the field.

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