Wisconsin Teams

Brewers use long ball to put away Pirates (0:56)

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Aaron Rodgers is once again listed as questionable but unlike last week, we know on Friday that he will practice on Saturday. That was up in the air at this point last week. Here's the Packers' injury report:

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Two games into his Packers career and Jimmy Graham has been played two different ways by the Bears (who doubled him like crazy) and the Vikings (who played him straight up). He's fine with either: "That's what I feel like I'm here for – to kind of open things up, and if the middle's open, to punish them," Graham said Friday. "And if they're going to close it down, then it's 1-on-1 on the outside."

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Clay Matthews said he was not fined for his roughing the passer penalty (or his postgame comments). So at least the NFL didn't triple down on hm.

Should Durant and Giannis be tied for 4th? (1:23)

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Aaron Rodgers (knee) will practice tomorrow. "That's the goal," Packers coach Mike McCarthy said. "He's done a ton of work with the strength staff and the training staff. Hopefully he'll get out there tomorrow and have similar work (to last Saturday) and we roll right into the game."

Redskins' offense looks primed vs. Packers? (0:35)

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Mike Pettine with high praise for the Packers' two rookie cornerbacks. He said a case could be made that Jaire Alexander has been their top defensive player through two games and Josh Jackson isn't that far behind.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Packers defensive coordinator Mike Pettine said he was most disappointed with what happened after Clay Matthews' roughing-the-passer penalty. "You're going to have something go against you that you have no control over," Pettine said. "We went from thinking this game is over to having to keep playing, and we didn't handle it well."

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

No change in the Packers' injury report other than they actually practiced on Thursday:

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Aaron Jones (33) is on the field for the first time since the final week of the preseason after serving his two-game suspension. Mike McCarthy said Jones will have a "secondary" role behind Jamaal Williams and Ty Montgomery. Safety Josh Jones (ankle) also returned to practice.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Aaron Rodgers (knee) and Kevin King (groin) were the only players not practicing on Thursday. Rain forced Packers inside for the lone padded practice in advance of Sunday's game at Washington.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Aaron Rodgers will work in the rehab group again today, which means he won't be down in the Hutson Center for practice. So Mike McCarthy and the medical staff are following the same format as last week. Possible practice for him would come Saturday before they fly to Washington.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Even though the Packers didn't practice on Wednesday, Mike McCarthy said the coaches "challenged them more mentally than we would on a normal Wednesday because we have to make sure we're prepared to play the game." He admitted he "took some ribbing from the coaches, especially after Monday when there was a big emphasis on hard work and then to walk in there Wednesday and cancel practice ..."

Spears concerned about Rodgers' knee (0:54)