(WNFL) - Green Bay Packers' quarterback Aaron Rodgers said he felt better at practice yesterday than he did on Wednesday, when he admitted being a bit rusty. Rodgers has not played in five-and-a-half weeks, since breaking his left collarbone against Chicago. He said he would need the majority of the snaps at today's practice to have any chance of starting on Sunday at Dallas. Rodgers said he would also need another medical scan in order to be cleared to play. That may or may not happen today -- nobody's saying for sure. Matt Flynn has also been taking snaps with the Number-One, and the odds appear to be increasing that he'll be the starter for the third straight week. A final announcement on that is expected later today. Also, running back Eddie Lacy is expected to return to practice today and play against the Cowboys. He sat out for two days after spraining an ankle last week against Atlanta.
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