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By The Sports Xchange December 16, 2013 5:04 PM
The Green Bay Packers' quarterback situation for this weekend remains unsettled. Aaron Rodgers has not been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, but he has not yet been cleared to return from his broken collarbone either. As a result, Packers coach Mike McCarthy said on Monday that, at this point, he is planning for Matt Flynn to start his fourth consecutive game on Sunday. "Aaron's situation will be evaluated Wednesday morning and then we'll have a plan for him come Wednesday," McCarthy said. This is similar to what the Packers said last Monday, and Rodgers ended up missing his sixth consecutive game since being injured on Nov. 4. The Packers have won two in a row with Flynn at quarterback, including Sunday's 37-36 victory over Dallas when Green Bay rallied from a 23-point deficit.