McCarthy said Rodgers will work in the rehab group Thursday, but will do more today than yesterday:
Green Bay Packers fans are patiently awaiting final word on whether Aaron Rodgers will be healthy enough to play in Sunday's game against the Vikings.
“He had a good day yesterday, so we will see what today brings," Packers head coach Mike McCarthy tells WTMJ. "He’s clearly in a day-by-day."
"I know he wants to play. That’s stating the obvious. He’ll do everything he can to get to that point. I think it’s just like anything, you have to go through the week to make sure he’s ready to go.”
McCarthy and other team coaches are planning for all scenarios.
“It’s tough, but also it’s a great experience for DeShone [Kizer]. Every game plan you put together, you have to give the players the opportunity to win the game. There’s obviously a projection in everything that you do. Offensively, we’re going to have to score some points to win this game and the game plan reflects that.”
For the full interview with McCarthy on Wisconsin's Morning News, click in the player below.