GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) — Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers will not play against Minnesota on Sunday after hinting earlier in the week he might have a chance.

Rodgers needed to be on the field at practice Friday, but he is not yet recovered from a broken collarbone and was ruled out for the game. He has missed the past two games.

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Green Bay also has four of its seven cornerbacks on an extensive injury report this week.

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Casey Hayward remains out with a hamstring injury. After missing the last game with a bad hamstring, Sam Shields is questionable for Sunday’s game. And rookie Micah Hyde didn’t practice the last two days because of a groin injury, though he is probable.

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