Aaron Rodgers continues practice routine, fantasy status up in the air for Week 16

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Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers participated in individual drills again on Wednesday. We break down the fantasy implications.

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is participating in practice on Wednesday, in what seems to be a limited fashion, according to Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Unfortunately, Matt Flynn was still taking snaps from starting center Evan Dietrich-Smith, while Rodgers was working with backup JC Tretter, just as he did last week.

The team portion of practice was closed to the media so it's unclear to what extent Rodgers worked with the No. 1 offense, if at all. What's known is that he did much the same stuff he did a week ago, and looked good doing it. Rodgers is recovering from a fractured collarbone, and hasn't played since Nov. 4, when he sustained the injury early against the Chicago Bears.

Green Bay is in the middle of a playoff race, and needs to win out to secure a spot by winning the NFC North.

Fantasy Impact: There's so much that's been said about Rodgers' chances of playing for multiple weeks now. He's doing the same thing he did a week ago and it's anybody's guess as to whether or not he'll play. Fantasy owner should wait until Friday or Saturday to make a decision, and should continue to have a backup option ready.

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