GREEN BAY (AP) -- Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers' return from a sick day wasn't enough to keep coach Mike McCarthy from being in a somewhat sour mood.
McCarthy was unhappy with portions of practice Wednesday, specifically a part that included an up-tempo pace. He didn't get into specifics, but players are certain to hear about it before Friday's preseason game against the Seahawks.
Rodgers declared he was fine after missing Tuesday due to illness. He looked like his usual self, throwing strong, accurate passes.
Running back DuJuan Harris looks like he's ready to return Friday after missing time with a knee injury. McCarthy says receiver Randall Cobb, who had a biceps injury, could be available too.
First-round pick and defensive end Datone Jones did limp off with an apparent ankle injury.
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