GREEN BAY, WI (WHBL) - Aaron Rodgers said he expected to be medically-cleared to play in a game by now - but he's not. The Green Bay Packers' quarterback had X-rays and bone scans done on Tuesday. Team doctors checked the status of the broken collarbone Rodgers' suffered a month ago tonight against Chicago. Later in the day, coach Mike McCarthy said he's not ruling Rodgers out for Sunday's home game against Atlanta, but Matt Flynn will be prepared as the starter, at least for today's practice. Rodgers said his on weekly E-S-P-N-Milwaukee radio show that the tests were "not the greatest news." However, he said there's still time before Sunday's game to further his recovery. McCarthy said Rodgers would practice today, but Flynn would take the snaps with the first-team offense. Green Bay's scoring offense has plunged by 51-percent since Rodgers went out, and the Packer defense feels the sting as well, giving up 126-percent more rushing yards. Green Bay is 5-6-1 going into Sunday's contest, one-and-a-half games back in the N-F-C North with four games left to play. Atlanta comes is at 3-9.