Ellington (toe) is merely considered day-to-day, but his availability for Sunday's game against the Rams remains in serious question, NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports.
With Chris Johnson (leg) potentially out for the rest of the regular season, Ellington could find his way to an increased role in the coming weeks, if he's able to get healthy. However, his injury history is far from encouraging, and the recovery time from turf toe can vary from a few days to multiple months. For Week 13, it appears David Johnson will lead the Arizona backfield, though Ellington hasn't yet been ruled out.
Johnson (fractured tibia) is expected to miss six-to-eight weeks, Mike Jurecki of FOX Sports 910 Phoenix reports.
The diagnosis of a fractured tibia hasn't been confirmed by the Cardinals, but assuming the reports are accurate, Johnson will miss the rest of the regular season. With Andre Ellington (turf toe) also likely to miss time, rookie David Johnson is set to lead the Arizona backfield. The Cardinals likely still hope to have Chris Johnson back at some point during the playoffs.
Palmer recorded eight tackles (six solo) in Sunday's loss to the Lions.
Palmer was all over the field on a day where the Packers defense played pretty well despite the loss at home. The third-year linebacker now has 46 tackles on the year and he'll continue to be a staple in the middle of the Packers' defense next to Clay Matthews.
Abbrederis (ribs) was a full practice participant Monday, the Packers' official site reports.
With an unhinged practice behind him, Abbrederis is clearly approaching the end of the road in his recovery from rib and chest concerns. He could take on a decent snap count Thursday at Detroit due to the issues with drops that continue to befall Randall Cobb and Davante Adams.
Montgomery (ankle) may be in danger of missing the rest of the season, ESPN.com reports.
Packers head coach Mike McCarthy said that Montgomery, who hasn't played since Oct. 18, still isn't making much progress. McCarthy did suggest that the team will do further testing, but it appears quite possible Montgomery's rookie season will come to an early end. If he does by some chance get healthy, he could challenge a struggling Davante Adams for playing time. Montgomery can all but be ruled out for Thursday's game against the Lions.
Randall picked up a knee injury during Thursday's loss to the Bears but the injury isn't believed to be overly serious and he could even return to practice as early as Sunday, Rob Demovsky of ESPN reports.
Randall only registered one tackle during his abbreviated time on the field Thursday. Given the upbeat report on his status, it would be surprising if he wasn't able to take the field Thursday against the Lions.