Aaron Rodgers feeling better, still a long shot to help fantasy owners on Sunday

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Rodgers was limited in practice again and will be re-evaluated on Friday before the Packers make a final decision on his Week 15 status. We break down the fantasy implications.

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.

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