Quarterback Aaron Rodgers hopes he isn’t the Packers’ best run option when Green Bay hosts the Chicago Bears at 7:25 p.m. Thursday on KTVT/11 and NFL Network. Starting running back Eddie Lacy and backup James Starks are not expected to play because of injuries.
Quarterback Aaron Rodgers hopes he isn’t the Packers’ best run option when Green Bay hosts the Chicago Bears at 7:25 p.m. Thursday on KTVT/11 and NFL Network. Starting running back Eddie Lacy and backup James Starks are not expected to play because of injuries. Nam Y. Huh AP
Quarterback Aaron Rodgers hopes he isn’t the Packers’ best run option when Green Bay hosts the Chicago Bears at 7:25 p.m. Thursday on KTVT/11 and NFL Network. Starting running back Eddie Lacy and backup James Starks are not expected to play because of injuries. Nam Y. Huh AP

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