Sorry Packers fans, you won't see Aaron Rodgers back on the field for at least the match-up against the Dallas Cowboys. Despite making a ton of progress throughout practice all week, Rodgers has still not been medically cleared to play in a game and the Pack will keep him sidelined for Matt Flynn.
The question now is whether or not the star QB should return. With three games left on the season, and Green Bay still in the thick of the playoff hunt, it seems likely once he was healthy, Rodgers would play. However, the risk of re-injury may cause the Packers to shut him down for the rest of the season, as it appears more than likely either the Lions or Bears will win the NFC North division.
Outside of Rodgers, the Packers are relatively healthy going into December. Defensive end C.J. Wilson is the only other member of the team who is out for Sunday's game with an ankle injury. The rest of the squad including center Evan Dietrich-Smith (knee), linebackers Nick Perry (foot), Brad Jones (ankle), and Jamari Lattimore (knee), runningback Eddie Lacy (ankle), and defensive end Mike Neal (abdomen), are all listed as probable and likely to play in Sunday's game.