Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers did not reveal much when recently asked for an update on his knee injury but is taking things "one day at a time."

The 34-year-old injured his left knee in the second quarter against the Chicago Bears on Sunday, but returned in the second half to help his side complete a remarkable comeback from 20-0 down to win the game 24-23.

Despite the injury occurring in the same knee he tore his ACL with in high school, Rodgers revealed it wasn't serious and declared he would be playing this Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings, with an evaluation of his knee taking place Monday.

Packers coach Mike McCarthy though, cast doubts about a potential comeback for Rodgers against the Vikings the next day, as information was still being collected about his knee.

"We do have some information and no decision has been made," McCarthy told reporters Monday. "We're still collecting all the information."

"I know Aaron wants to play and is always driven to play, but that's all I have for right now. He's sore. He's walking around in a pair of shorts and tennis shoes and socks, if that helps you with your story. I don't know what else to tell you," he added.

Rodgers appeared on "The Dan Le Batard Show" on Tuesday and spoke on a number of topics. His injury only came up once though, according to ESPN's Rob Demovsky, as the two-time MVP hopes to announce more concrete news as the week plays out.

"I'm sure there are a lot of experts out there who are forecasting things but we're taking it one day at a time," Rodgers said, as quoted on 247 Sports.

The Packers could wait until the last minute to see if Rodgers will be cleared to play against Minnesota — something they've done in the past. However, if Rodgers isn't cleared, backup quarterback DeShone Kizer can be expected to take his place once again.

Kizer stepped in for Rodgers against the Bears but couldn't help steer the ship as one of his passes was notably picked off by Khalil Mack who returned it for a touchdown to give the Bears a 17-0 lead. The Packers were losing 10-0 when Rodgers was injured and trailed the Bears 20-0 by the time he returned to the field as well.

Kizer, 22, is prepared to start against the Vikings should he be needed though.

"You gotta prepare as a starter every week," Kizer told reporters after the win over the Bears. "I think that we have a pretty good process that we were able to go through last week. We’ll be able to adjust a couple of things in terms of spending some extra time understanding some two-minute situations and things like that."

"But for the most part, I think we have a pretty good process for the backups, and I’ll continue to stay on that same path and hopefully be just as prepared for next week," he added.