GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was part of practice Thursday after missing Wednesday's workout because of a concussion sustained last Sunday against Washington.
Rodgers was slow to get off the field in overtime against the Redskins after he took a hit while throwing an interception that led to the winning points in Green Bay's 16-13 loss.
After Rodgers sat out practice Wednesday, Packers head coach Mike McCarthy said the quarterback's status for this coming Sunday's game against Miami would be addressed further later in the week.
In the early portion of Thursday's workout open to the media, Rodgers was taking snaps with backup Matt Flynn.
Rodgers must go through a required protocol of tests, as mandated by the NFL, before he can return.