Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers made his return to the practice field on Thursday.

Rodgers, who broke his collarbone in mid-October, went through some conditioning and footwork drills and simulated his throwing motion with a towel, according to reports.

It should be noted that Rodgers was practicing at the team’s facility but did not participate in the team’s practice. NFL rules won’t allow Rodgers to make that step for another two weeks.

“It was just good being back on the practice field,” Rodgers said, via text message to Jason Wilde of the Wisconsin State Journal. “Schedule hasn’t changed. Out eight weeks. Only back if it’s completely healed.”

Rodgers could potentially return in Week 16 or Week 17 and it depends on both his progress as well as where Green Bay stands in the playoff hunt.