The Green Bay Packers plan to decide whether Aaron Rodgers will be able to start Sunday's game against Chicago on Thursday, the quarterback said on his weekly radio show on 540 AM.
Rodgers is hoping his broken collarbone is healed so that he can play in a de facto NFC North championship game.
If Rodgers can't play, Matt Flynn will earn another start. The Packers will need Rodgers as the winner advances to the playoffs with a division title.
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