Aaron Rodgers sat out the preseason finale last summer, and he will do the same for the opener this year.
The Green Bay Packers quarterback, who said this week that he did not expect his preseason playing time to be any more extensive than it was last August, did not suit up Saturday night for the game against the Tennessee Titans in Nashville, Tennessee.
Rodgers has taken part in every practice so far during training camp.
Rodgers played in the first three preseason games last year but only took five series in those three games. Only one of those series came in last year's preseason opener against the Arizona Cardinals.
Coach Mike McCarthy also likely will take a long look at Scott Tolzien, who has split reps with Flynn so far in training camp.
On Thursday, McCarthy ruled out seven other players, who did not make the trip: safety Morgan Burnett (oblique strain), receiver Jared Abbrederis (knee), offensive lineman Don Barclay (knee), tight end Colt Lyerla (knee), safety Tanner Miller (ankle), defensive tackle Letroy Guion (hamstring) and defensive end Jerel Worthy (back).
Two other players who have been limited or out of recent practices will suit up: running back Michael Hill and receiver Jeff Janis. Hill sustained a concussion in last Saturday's Family Night practice. Janis returned Monday after missing the first week of practice because of shingles. He was on a rep count for most of the week.