Rodgers will continue to rehab shoulder

Despite playing every offensive snap of Sunday’s 27-24 loss to the Falcons, and throwing for 313 yards and tying a career high with three touchdown passes, Aaron Rodgers will be held out of practice to continue to rehab his sprained shoulder, Packers coach Mike McCarthy said during Monday’s press conference.

Rodgers will get three days off from practice to start the week, and is expected to be limited in practice on Thursday.

McCarthy said that the Packers are expecting Rodgers to play when the team visits Qwest Field to take on the Seahawks next Sunday.

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