Aaron Rodgers not playing vs. Ravens due to back tightness

Packers QB being held out for precautionary reasons

QB Aaron Rodgers
QB Aaron Rodgers

BALTIMORE -- Packers QB Aaron Rodgers is being held out of Thursday night's preseason game in Baltimore due to tightness in his back. The move is precautionary.

Head Coach Matt LaFleur had planned to play all of the offensive starters, except RB Aaron Jones (hamstring tightness), about a quarter against the Ravens, but whatever snaps the No. 1 offense gets on Thursday will be without Rodgers.

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