Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers remained limited in practice on Thursday. He says that he feels better than he did last week, but still hasn't been cleared for a full session of practice. His shoulder will be re-evaluated on Friday, at which point the Packers are expected to update his status for Sunday's game against the Dallas Cowboys.
Rodgers hasn't played since suffering a broken collarbone in Week 9 against the Chicago Bears. Matt Flynn got the last two starts and is expected to play again this week if Rodgers can't go.
Fantasy impact: We'd imagine that the Packers would simply shut down Rodgers for the season if they were out of the playoff race, but they're 6-6-1 and hanging around in the NFC North. With only two weeks left in the fantasy season, it's starting to become too much of a risk for re-draft owners to hang on to him, particularly if he can't play on Sunday. Rodgers' status will be updated on Friday. Flynn has some appeal in two-quarterback leagues against the Cowboys' atrocious defense.