Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers said his status for Sunday's game at Chicago will be revealed Thursday.

Speaking with contributor Jason Wilde on his ESPN Wisconsin radio show, "Tuesdays with Aaron," Rodgers said he underwent a scan "within the last 24 hours" and he's been feeling better each week.

"Obviously, I want to be out there," Rodgers said.

Rodgers said the decision will be made with input from four people: Mike McCarthy, Ted Thompson, Dr. Pat McKenzie and himself.

"There's four people who know what's going on. The rest is just conjecture."

The Packers are off Wednesday for Christmas and return to practice Thursday. McCarthy has a press conference scheduled for 1:15 p.m.