(WNFL) - Green Bay Packers' coach Mike McCarthy says Aaron Rodgers' chances of playing at Detroit on Thursday are "slim and none." The coach said a progress report shows that Rodgers is not ready to return from the broken collarbone he suffered November fourth against Chicago. McCarthy said Rodgers has not hit all of his rehab targets -- and he refused to say whether Matt Flynn or Scott Tolzien would start against the Lions. The coach said he wanted both players to be ready in what will be a crucial game in the N-F-C North Division race. At 5-5-and-1, and Packers are a half-game behind co-division leaders Detroit and Chicago, both at 6-and-5. Meanwhile, there's a chance that some of the Packers' injured players could play against the Lions. The team said corner Sam Shields would have practiced on a limited basis had the team held a workout yesterday -- and same was true for linebacker Nick Perry, defensive end Johnny Jolly, and right tackle Don Barclay.
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