Rodgers chances of playing Thanksgiving “slim to none”

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While Aaron Rodgers would like to be under center for Thanksgiving’s game against the Detroit Lions it is unlikely that the quarterback will return.

Rodgers has been sidelined with a broken left collarbone which makes the chances of him playing on Thursday “slim to none” according to Packers head coach Mike McCarthy.

McCarthy declined to discuss who would start for the Packers. Scott Tolzien started Sunday against Minnesota but was replaced by Matt Flynn.

McCarthty also revealed that tight end Brandon Bostick suffered a concussion againt the Vikings.