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Green Bay Packers star not ready for return

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Aaron Rodgers has yet to be given clearance to return for the Green Bay Packers after his shoulder scan yesterday, reports ESPN.

The quarterback last played against the Chicago Bears on November 4 and hasn't played since injuring his collarbone. 

However, Rodgers could still feature this Sunday when the Packers take on the Atlanta Falcons.

And, ahead of the match, Packers coach Mike McCarthy revealed Rodgers will practice in a limited fashion, however McCarthy failed to discuss the full extent of the test results. 

The Packers will be desperate to get Rodgers back in action after an extremely poor run of form. The team haven't won in their last five outings and were heavily beaten by the Detroit Lions in their last match.

If Rodgers does make a return this weekend, the Packers will be hoping he can help turn their luck around as they look to beat the Falcons.

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