GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) -- The Green Bay Packers had Pro Bowl cornerback Charles Woodson available for a full practice Friday while they gave quarterback Aaron Rodgers a break from throwing.
Woodson hadn't participated in all phases of a practice since he suffered a broken toe in the Packers' season-opening win over the Minnesota Vikings on Sept. 8.
But the injury didn't prevent Woodson from playing in any games the past two months, and coach Mike McCarthy says when they talked yesterday, Woodson said he was back to feeling like he would like to practice.
Meanwhile, Green Bay's medical staff is giving Rodgers' sprained throwing shoulder an extra day of rest before the Packers and Vikings meet again Sunday at Minnesota.
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