(WNFL) - Green Bay Packers' quarterback Aaron Rodgers practiced with the Number-One offense today, but it's not known for how long. Coach Mike McCarthy said Rodgers appeared to get through practice without pain in his left shoulder from the broken collarbone he suffered November fourth. Tight end Andrew Quarless said Rodgers looked really good, and he confirmed that he did practice with the Packers' first stringers. Quarless said it would be great to have Rodgers back -- but until he's cleared quote, "Matt Flynn has to be the guy." McCarthy emphasized that he has not been medically-cleared yet, and the team's medical personnel will have to be comfortable that Rodgers can withstand a major hit before he returns to the field. In the meantime, Flynn is the main quarterback being prepared for the Pack's next game. The Packers are 6-6-and-1 going into their Sunday match-up at 7-and-6 Dallas.