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GREEN BAY, Wis. — Aaron Rodgers practiced Saturday for the first time since he sprained his left knee in the season opener, increasing the Green Bay Packers‘ chances of having their starting quarterback on Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings.

It’s a significant step, but it doesn’t guarantee Rodgers’ return.

That decision won’t be made until the team is sure that Rodgers came through the one-hour session without any setbacks. That likely means waiting to see how Rodgers’ knee feels Sunday morning.

Aaron Rodgers may try to practice on Saturday in the team’s final workout before Sunday’s game against Minnesota, but even if he doesn’t, coach Mike McCarthy would have no trouble playing him against the Vikings.

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