Cutler (thumb) is inactive for Thursday's game at Green Bay, Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune reports.
As expected, Cutler will cede the starting quarterback spot to Brian Hoyer, who is attempting to reach 300 yards and notch two touchdown passes for the fifth consecutive game.
Porter (knee) is active for Thursday's game against Green Bay, Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Porter has been dealing with his knee injury for weeks but has sat out just one game due to the injury. He figures to start on Thursday, though Bryce Callahan could see some extra reps if Porter is limited at all.
Freeman (wrist) is listed as active for Thursday's game against the Packers, Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Freeman was limited in practice throughout the week but he isn't expected to be held back at all on Thursday. He and Danny Trevathan will start at inside linebacker once again.
Miller (ribs) is listed as active Thursday at Green Bay, Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Miller will play with a rib concern for the third game in a row, as he faces a Packers defense that has allowed 13.8 YPC and two touchdowns to tight ends this season.
Despite a limited amount of time to complete the concussion protocol, Adams has done just that and will thus suit up in this divisional clash. Coming only fours days from the Packers' last tilt, an aggravation of the head injury isn't outside the realm of possibility, but he could be poised for an expanded target count in an offense that's characterized by a patchwork backfield with Eddie Lacy (ankle) and James Starks (knee) on IR.