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Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb carries running back Aaron Jones off the field at game's end. Jones has a reported MCL tear in his knee. Content Exchange

GREEN BAY — Aaron Jones was dashing through the (light) snow on Clarke Hinkle Field on Thursday afternoon — as well as catching passes, hitting blocking sleds and cutting on his injured right knee — and the Green Bay Packers are hoping their No. 1 running back could be back in the lineup Sunday against the Los Angeles Rams after missing only one game.

Jones, who suffered what was described as a mild MCL sprain during the Packers’ Nov. 14 shutout of the Seattle Seahawks, didn’t play in last Sunday’s loss at Minnesota. But he took part in the team’s light walkthrough-style practice on Wednesday and was back out there on Thursday in a non-padded practice that was held outside as a mix of sleet and snow fell in Green Bay.

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