Quarterback Aaron Rodgers returns to practice for Packers

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GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) – Aaron Rodgers has returned to practice for the Green Bay Packers after sitting out with a left calf injury.

Rodgers was limited to the team practice periods on Thursday. Coach Mike McCarthy said that Rodgers’ mobility "looked good."

Rodgers missed two days of light practice last week, along with practice on Wednesday, to focus on treatment for the lingering calf injury.

He has already said that he intends to play in Sunday’s playoff game against the Dallas Cowboys.

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