On Wednesday, LeSean McCoy insisted he will play. On Friday, his official game status was listed as questionable.
McCoy practiced all week on a limited basis and wore a red non-contact jersey.
"I've just got to get going," said McCoy on Wednesday. "Find a way to run the ball and get me in open space and make some guys miss, break some tackles. Get the running game going, get the yards up and let's roll."
Teammates Marcus Murphy and Charles Clay also wore red non-contact jerseys this week. Clay sat out practice Thursday, but was back on a limited basis Friday. He's dealing with both shoulder and hip injuries.
Clay and Murphy along with TE Jason Croom, who was added to the injury report on Thursday with a knee injury, are also questionable for Sunday. Croom was limited in practice Friday.
On the defensive side of the ball, defensive ends Shaq Lawson and Trent Murphy will return to the lineup from hamstring and ankle injuries. Lawson has missed the last two games as a result. Murphy was injured in last week's game, but will be fit to play this weekend.
CB Phillip Gaines was a full participant in practice this week and is good to return to the lineup from a dislocated elbow suffered in Week 2.
*TE Charles Clay – shoulder/hip
TE Jason Croom – knee
RB LeSean McCoy – rib
RB Marcus Murphy – rib
For the Green Bay Packers, they'll be without starting DE Muhammad Wilkerson, who sustained a potentially season-ending ankle injury last week at Washington. The Packers may also be without starting RG Justin McCray, who is doubtful for Sunday. If he can't play, Byron Bell is expected to fill the void at right guard.
Among the notable questionable players for the Pack on Sunday are QB Aaron Rodgers, WR Randall Cobb and CB Kevin King.
RT Bryan Bulaga and TE Jimmy Graham, who were both limited during practice this week will be fit to start Sunday.
DE Muhammad Wilkerson - ankle
RG Justin McCray - shoulder
WR Randall Cobb - hamstring
S Josh Jones - ankle
CB Kevin King - groin
LB Nick Perry - concussion
QB Aaron Rodgers - knee