Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers broke his collarbone in October.
Rehab appears to be moving along just fine for Rodgers, as the quarterback took snaps from a trainer today at practice, and even simulated a throwing motion with a towel according to Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Rodgers also took part in various cardio and agility drills.
Wednesday marked the first time that Rodgers has participated in the part of practice open to the media since breaking his right collarbone on Oct. 15 versus the Minnesota Vikings.
The quarterback has bee non-committal on whether he will come back this season, stressing that getting "healthy" is his top priority according to the Sentinel.
Rodgers was placed on the IR on Oct. 20. He's eligible to participate in practice six weeks from that date, and can play two weeks after that.