Cobb (hamstring) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game in Atlanta, Michael Cohen of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Cobb was a limited participant throughout the week, never missing a practice entirely but failing to log a full session. It's a bit worrisome considering he returned to full participation for the last day of practice the past two weeks, but there still hasn't been any suggestion Cobb is in serious danger of missing Sunday's game. He's in the midst of his most productive stretch since 2014, with 27 catches for 256 yards and two touchdowns over the past three weeks. Cobb also took five carries for 21 yards in Week 7 against the Bears, helping Ty Montgomery (illness) replace the injured Green Bay running backs.
Cook (ankle) didn't practice Thursday, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports, marking his second DNP in a row. However, Cook was seen running half-speed routes with the training staff and jumping rope, according to Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Making his first appearance near the practice field since Week 3, Cook could be closing in on the latter stages of his recovery from a high ankle sprain. The tight end himself told Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com on Wednesday that he's unlikely to play Sunday in Atlanta, but fitting in some drills at practice would be another positive step for the tight end. Expect Richard Rodgers to continue holding down the fort at TE in Cook's stead.
Matthews (hamstring) is questionable for Sunday's game in Atlanta, Michael Cohen of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Matthews missed practice Wednesday and was limited on Thursday, leaving his Sunday status unpredictable. Against the NFL's No. 1 ranked offense the Packers will need all the help they can get on defense, including their best defender being on the field. If he's unable to play look for either Datone Jones or Julius Peppers to slide into the starting lineup.
Montgomery (illness) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game in Atlanta, Michael Cohen of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Montgomery doesn't seem to be in much danger of missing Sunday's game, as he's merely dealing with an illness and still managed limited practices every day. While Knile Davis and/or Don Jackson could get a bit more involved this week, Montgomery is easily the best bet for production from Green Bay's backfield, coming off back-to-back 10-catch performances.
Randall underwent groin surgery over the weekend and is expected to miss a few more games, ESPN's Rob Demovsky reports.
Randall missed last Thursday's win over the Bears after aggravating his groin in Week 6 and will now be sidelined for more action following surgery. Although Randall is anticipated to return later this season, his absence, along with top cornerback Sam Shields (concussion) being on injured reserve, leaves the Packers secondary in bad shape ahead of Sunday's matchup against Julio Jones and the Falcons.
Rollins (groin) will not play in Sunday's game against the Falcons, Michael Cohen of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Rollins will be missing his third straight game due to his groin injury. He was unable to practice all week and is without a definite timetable for recovery. His absence leaves the Packers without their top three corner backs for a game against the NFL No. 1 ranked passing attack. Ladarius Gunter, Dimitri Goodson, and Josh Hawkins will handle all the corner back duties once again.
Starks is expected to miss about four weeks following his knee surgery Sunday, NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reports.
Starks has been subject of conflicting reports since news of his surgery to repair a torn meniscus surfaced Sunday. Prior to Mike McCarthy vaguely saying Monday he anticipates a "quick" recovery from Starks, the veteran tailback was reportedly slated to miss "several" weeks. Given the latests news, it appears the latter outlook is closest to the mark and Stark will be sidelined for about a month, creating a significant absence in the Packers' offense. With starter Eddie Lacy (ankle) noticeably gimpy and no other running back on the current roster healthy, Green Bay may be forced to promote Don Jackson from the practice squad and use wideouts Ty Montgomery and Randall Cobb more out of the backfield.