Pack giving Rodgers until 90 minutes before game to decide
Matt Flynn handled the snaps Friday with the first team, and McCarthy said he could go either way on Sunday with the decision. He's going to give Rodgers a chance to throw on Sunday morning to see where he is.
"Hopefully [Rodgers] will feel good tomorrow," McCarthy said, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. "He feels good. His rehab has been positive.""The strength is improving," McCarthy said, according to the report. "How he responds tomorrow will probably tell the tale. ... I'm preparing to go either way."
John Clayton is a senior NFL writer for ESPN.com.
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