Calf injury doesn't keep Aaron Rodgers out

GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Aaron Rodgers' calf injury did not prevent him from throwing on Tuesday, but it remained unclear how well he could move.

The Green Bay Packers quarterback took part in practice just two days after he strained his left calf in Sunday's win at the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. During the portion that was open to reporters, Rodgers and the other quarterbacks did some light throwing and took snaps from their centers.

However, there was little or no movement and running involved with those drills.

Coach Mike McCarthy said Monday that Rodgers hoped to get in as much work as possible this week in advance of Sunday's game against the Detroit Lions.

Every player on the Packers' roster took part in some portion of the practice, including cornerback Davon House, who has not played since he sustained a shoulder injury on Dec. 8 against the Atlanta Falcons. House did some of the individual drills, but it may have been just a test.

The Packers do not have to issue an official injury report until Wednesday.