Packers' starters, Rodgers to play roughly a quarter vs. Ravens
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It appears Green Bay Packers fans will get a glimpse of their team's starting quarterback leading a new offense on Thursday.

Coach Matt LaFleur told reporters on Tuesday that the Packers' starters, including pivot Aaron Rodgers, will play "a quarter or so" against the Baltimore Ravens, according to ESPN's Rob Demovsky.

Rodgers played in one preseason game last year, attempting only four passes in a Week 2 contest against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Since 2014, the 35-year-old hasn't appeared in more than two preseason games.

Green Bay beat the Houston Texans 28-26 in its first preseason game this August, with the majority of the Packers' starters on the bench. Backup quarterback DeShone Kizer went 8-for-13 passing with 102 yards and one touchdown.

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