Harrison Smith: Aaron Rodgers 'can put the ball wherever he wants'

Packers taking it day by day with Aaron Rodgers

"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.

It's the $134 million question: Will Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers play this Sunday against the Vikings? He reached for the back of his left leg after a Bears lineman landed on him during a sack.

"I mean every practice is important", receiver Davante Adams said.

"Whatever coach feels like is best for me as far as playing time-wise, if it's one quarter or an entire game, whatever that may be, I'm just with it". "We'll see what tomorrow brings", McCarthy said during his Wednesday news conference.

So it's understandable why Zimmer and the Vikings think Rodgers will play. When asked if his team is preparing as though Rodgers is going to start, the Vikings coach offered a great quote.

There hasn't been any evident discussion on Rodgers wearing a brace, but he said that there are certainly options available and that they'll make a decision on that later in the week. Will the Packers risk putting Rodgers out there for the whole game knowing he could get hurt? He also had a cleanup procedure on the knee a few years ago by the Packers team doctor. "To be in this room, you've got to be mentally and physical tough".

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