GREEN BAY - Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers said he had another bone scan and his status for Sunday's game at Chicago will be determined Thursday.
Speaking with ESPN Madison's Jason Wilde on the "Tuesday's With Aaron" radio show Tuesday, Rodgers said the scan happened "in the last 24 hours" and he's been feeling better every week.
"I'm not thinking about my injury at all," Rodgers said, "but it's big on the medical side - is the bone healed? Obviously I want to be out there."
Rodgers says not to read much into Mike McCarthy's comments Monday that suggested the decision whether Rodgers plays is Ted Thompson's to make.
Rodgers says nothing's changed - the decision will be made with input from all parties- Dr. Pat McKenzie, Thompson, McCarthy and Rodgers.
"There's four people who know what's going on, "Rodgers said. "Everybody else is just conjecture."
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