Flynn taking all Packers' team snaps, Jolly sidelined with neck injury that may end his season

Flynn expected to start with Rodgers still not fully healed from broken collarbone, defensive tackle sidelined at practice, could go on injured reserve Aaron Wilson

Print This December 19, 2013, 01:31 PM EST

Green Bay Packers quarterback Matt Flynn took all of the team snaps during practice today and appears set to start again with Aaron Rodgers still recovering from a broken collarbone, according to Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.

Rodgers isn't taking any of the team snaps today as Flynn prepares to start.

Meanwhile, running back Eddie Lacy, linebacker Brad Jones and defensive tackle Johnny Jolly aren't practicing, according to the Journal-Sentinel.

In the case of Jolly, this may be a season-ending undisclosed neck injury suffered against the Atlanta Falcons, sources told National Football Post.

Jolly has undergone a magnetic resonance imaging exam on his neck. He's expected to make a full recovery for next season, but this injury could force him to go on injured reserve to err on the side of caution.

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Aaron Wilson covers the Ravens for The Baltimore Sun.

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