On Thursday, Packers fans got a nice post-Christmas present. FOX Sports Wisconsin’s Paul Imig reported that Rodgers will indeed start on Sunday for the first time since breaking his collarbone against the Chicago Bears on Nov. 4. Rodgers took all first-team snaps during practice open to the media for the first time since his injury — something that’s usually reserved for the starter this late in the week. ESPN’s Rob Demovsky reported that Rodgers was the first-team quarterback for all drills but 11-on-11s, which the media was not allowed to see. Reports later indicated that Rodgers did indeed take the helm for all practice drills.