Rodgers takes to practice field ahead of Sunday’s Packers-Bears matchup

GREEN BAY, Wis. — Aaron Rodgers, who has spent little time on the practice field in the past weeks as he recovers from a toe injury, practiced with his Packers teammates Friday ahead of the team’s game against the Chicago Bears Sunday night.

“He was limited and took as many reps as he could, and I thought he did a really nice job,” Head Coach Matt LaFleur told reporters Friday. “It was good to have him back out there.”

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Rodgers previously said last week’s bye helped him in his recovery process. The quarterback said he fractured his pinky toe while working out at home during his COVID-19 quarantine.

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Despite the injury, Rodgers has played in every game since being cleared after testing positive for COVID-19 early last month.

The team’s injury report from Friday afternoon does not list Rodgers’ status.

Wide receiver Randall Cobb and left tackle David Bakhtiari are out for the game, and linebacker De’Vondre Campbell is listed as questionable. Campbell was limited at practice Friday.

The team also announced tight ends coach Justin Outten will be missing Sunday due to COVID-19 protocols.