Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is slated to make his return on Sunday against the Seahawks at 4:25 p.m. on CBS.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that Rodgers has met the NFL return-to-play protocols after remaining asymptomatic for COVID-19. Rodgers tested positive for the virus on Nov. 3 and had to isolate for 10 days. The packers are expected to activate Rodgers by 4:00 p.m. on Saturday.
Rodgers told Pat McAfee on The Pat McAfee Show on Nov. 5 that he had symptoms the day after he tested positive but was feeling much better on that day. He’s reportedly maintained no symptoms, meaning he can return.
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Rodgers did not play in the Packers’ 13-7 loss to the Chiefs last Sunday, with second-year quarterback Jordan Love making his first career start. Rodgers won’t be the only star quarterback making his return on Sunday.
That would be Russell Wilson, who has been designated to return off injured reserve after missing the last three games. That sets up quite the quarterback duel at Lambeau Field between two of the best in the league.
The Packers (7-2) enter as a 3.5-point favorite over the Seahawks (3-5), according to FanDuel Sportsbook.