Packers' Rodgers, Driver probable for Bucs game
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and receiver Donald Driver practiced Friday and are probable for Sunday's game at Tampa Bay.
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Rodgers suffered a sprained toe in last Sunday's 38-26 loss to the Minnesota Vikings and has been coping with a sprain in his other foot the past few weeks.
Coach Mike McCarthy said Rodgers was able to do everything in practice Friday and didn't have limited mobility. The coach said Driver had a good practice after treatment for a neck injury.
The Packers also are expected to have veteran tackles Chad Clifton and Mark Tauscher ready to play Sunday, possibly as starters.
The 34-year-old Driver hasn't missed a game because of injury since Week 2 of the 2003 season.