It's been 47 days since Aaron Rodgers has either been in a full practice or a game, but the Packers are set to change that.
Packers coach Mike McCarthy said Friday that Rodgers, who has been on injured reserve with a broken collarbone, would hold a workout that could lead to him taking part in a "trial" full practice tomorrow.
Rodgers would not be eligible to come off injured reserve for a game until the December 17 game at Carolina.
The Packers, who are 5-6, most probably would need to win Sunday against Tampa and December 10 in Cleveland to remain in the playoff race before Rodgers' return.
Green Bay would play at Carolina, Minnesota and at Detroit with Rodgers. Those teams are 23-10 right now.