Kendall Wright (ankle) will be listed as probable for Week 14.
Wright will be an intriguing WR2 play Sunday in a game at Denver that could get high scoring quickly. Wright is locked in as an every-week starter.
Delanie Walker (concussion, questionable) was held out of practice for the third straight day Friday.
The good news is Walker hasn't been ruled out, yet. The bad news is he hasn't even been cleared to practice. Our guess as of Friday is Walker won't play against the Broncos, but the Titans will "reevaluate" him on Saturday.
Le'Veon Bell (concussion) is listed as probable for Week 14.
He's been fully cleared to start against Miami's soft run defense.
Packers coach Mike McCarthy says next Tuesday will be a "big day" for Randall Cobb's (leg, short-term I.R.) rest-of-season availability.
The Packers are going to "see how it sorts out then." Cobb remains roster worthy only in deeper leagues as a possible Week 16 fantasy start, though that's a long shot. Cobb still hasn't even been cleared to practice.
Matt Flynn will be the Packers' starting quarterback in Week 14.
Even in one of the most favorable matchups conceivable for a quarterback, Flynn will barely be on the two-QB-league radar Sunday against the Falcons.
Brandon Myers (groin) is listed as probable for Week 14.
He'll be a mid-range TE2 in Sunday's tilt with the Chargers.
T.Y. Hilton (shoulder) is listed as probable for Week 14.
He practiced fully again Friday and will start at Cincinnati.
Aaron Rodgers (collarbone) has been formally ruled out for Week 14.
It's conceivable that the Packers will determine Rodgers' Weeks 15-17 availability based solely on their Week 14 result. If Matt Flynn "leads" them to a Sunday victory versus Atlanta, they'll bring Rodgers back for the final three games in an effort to make an unlikely playoff push. If they lose to the Falcons, Rodgers could be shut down for the year. Expect coach Mike McCarthy to give another update on Rodgers' health at his Monday day-after presser.