|Offense||11th||98.2 (22nd)||266.7 (7th)|
|Defense||13th||90.2 (7th)||260.6 (21st)|
|17||Adams, Davante||WR||6-1||215||12/24/1992||3||Fresno State|
|67||Barclay, Don||G||6-4||305||4/18/1989||5||West Virginia|
|54||Bradford, Carl||OLB||6-1||248||8/15/1992||2||Arizona State|
|29||Brice, Kentrell||DB||5-11||200||8/11/1994||R||Louisiana Tech|
|42||Burnett, Morgan||SS||6-1||209||1/13/1989||7||Georgia Tech|
|21||Clinton-Dix, Ha Ha||FS||6-1||208||12/21/1992||3||Alabama|
|89||Cook, Jared||TE||6-5||254||4/7/1987||8||South Carolina|
|20||Dorleant, Makinton||DB||5-11||182||10/6/1992||R||Northern Iowa|
|25||Evans, Marwin||DB||5-11||211||4/10/1993||R||Utah State|
|51||Fackrell, Kyler||OLB||6-5||245||11/25/1991||R||Utah State|
|98||Guion, Letroy||DE||6-4||322||6/21/1987||9||Florida State|
|36||Gunter, LaDarius||CB||6-2||201||5/13/1992||2||Miami (Fla.)|
|28||Hawkins, Josh||CB||5-10||189||1/23/1993||R||East Carolina|
|83||Janis, Jeff||WR||6-3||219||6/24/1991||3||Saginaw Valley State|
|70||Lang, T.J.||G||6-4||318||9/20/1987||8||Eastern Michigan|
|63||Linsley, Corey||C||6-3||301||7/27/1991||3||Ohio State|
|32||Michael, Christine||RB||5-10||221||11/9/1990||4||Texas A&M|
|87||Nelson, Jordy||WR||6-3||217||5/31/1985||9||Kansas State|
|64||Pennel, Mike||DE||6-4||332||5/9/1991||3||Colorado State-Pueblo|
|56||Peppers, Julius||OLB||6-7||287||1/18/1980||15||North Carolina|
|23||Randall, Damarious||CB||5-11||196||8/29/1992||2||Arizona State|
|24||Rollins, Quinten||CB||5-11||195||7/15/1992||2||Miami (Ohio)|
|65||Taylor, Lane||G||6-3||324||11/22/1989||4||Oklahoma State|
|48||Thomas, Joe||ILB||6-1||227||5/6/1991||2||South Carolina State|
|38||Crockett, John (IR)||RB||6-0||217||2/16/1992||1||North Dakota State|
|39||Goodson, Demetri (IR)||CB||5-11||197||6/11/1989||3||Baylor|
|34||Jackson, Don (IR)||RB||5-10||209||9/7/1993||R||Nevada|
|27||Lacy, Eddie (IR)||RB||5-11||234||6/2/1990||4||Alabama|
|37||Shields, Sam (IR)||CB||5-11||184||12/8/1987||7||Miami (Fla.)|
|Callahan, Joe||QB||6-1||216||6/4/1993||R||Wesley College|
|96||Price, Brian||DT||6-3||318||6/24/1994||R||Texas-San Antonio|
|Sandland, Beau||TE||6-4||255||2/23/1993||R||Montana State|
|16||Waters, Herb||WR||6-0||188||11/10/1992||R||Miami (Fla.)|
|Team||OLine Avg. Ht||OLine Avg. Wt||DLine Avg. Ht||DLine Avg. Wt||Avg. Age||Youngest||Oldest|
Randall, who was the team's leading tackler in Week 12, was a late addition to this week's injury report. That won't prevent him from suiting up, however, as it appears the second-year player will be available to provide a much-needed boost in the secondary.
Adams was excellent once again Monday, as he started the Packers off with a 12-yard touchdown reception on their first offensive drive before securing a remarkable 20-yard, back-of-the-end-zone grab on Green Bay's following series. After those first-half heroics, Adams hauled in a game-long 50-yard bomb during the second half. In leading the Packers in receiving yards Monday, Adams has now topped the 110-yard mark three times over his past six outings, a span in which he's also registered five touchdowns.
Starks once again struggled to find running lanes, as he's now averaged over 2.8 yards per carry in just one game this season. While that average isn't conducive to fantasy success, Starks at least got a season-high 17 carries Monday, as the Packers killed the clock with long drives late. Additionally, he caught all five passes thrown his way, accounting for a handful of receptions for the second straight game. Although his two-game touchdown streak was snapped Monday, Starks' Week 12 usage is at least encouraging ahead of this Sunday's matchup against the Texans.
Bulaga exited the Packers' Week 6 contest with a back injury, and tried toughing it out, but was unable to return. Thus, he entered the week uncertain to be ready for Green Bay's short turnaround in Week 7. However, his full participation during Wednesday's practice put all questions to rest.
After missing Week 3 due to injury, Jones was afforded a bye this past week and now appears to have regained his health. He should be ready to play come Sunday.
Sandland was drafted in the seventh round of this year's draft, but failed to catch a pass over the course of the preseason, making his release Saturday rather unsurprising.
Waters spent all of training camp with the Packers after signing as an undrafted free agent, but he faced long odds to make the cut given the team's depth at his position, and ended up on the outside looking in. He is a candidate for the practice squad, however.
Clark sat out the Packers' final two preseason games, but he believes his back injury will not prevent him from being available for Week 1. Clark missed out on some key reps the last couple weeks, but the Packers will likely count on their first-round pick to be part of the defensive line rotation.
Martinez will miss his second straight contest due to a sprained knee, thrusting Joe Thomas into the starting lineup. Martinez, the Packers' leading tackler, will be a tremendous loss for the defense as they look to slow down Lamar Miller and the Texans' offense.
Previously considered questionable to play, Guion participated in the Packers' practice on Saturday, but the coaching staff must not have been encouraged by the health of his knee. However, he wasn't expected to be ready anyway after sustaining a sprained MCL in Week 2.
This designation update is relatively unsurprising, as Tretter was already considered doubtful to go. The current expectation is that Corey Linsley will be recalled from the PUP list to fill in at center.
Tending to the fifth known concussion of his career, Shields wasn't a prime candidate to make another appearance this season, but head coach Mike McCarthy made it official Wednesday, when rookie cornerback Makinton Dorleant (hamstring) was tabbed as the one Packer on IR to attempt a return. McCarthy also noted that Shields will use the upcoming weeks and months to determine whether retirement is the best option. "Sam needs to get healthy for himself and family," McCarthy said. "That's what the focus is with Sam right now."
Davis played a season-high 36 snaps in Week 8, but with fellow receiver Geronimo Allison added to the mix that week and Ty Montgomery moving back into more of a role at the receiver position, Davis has played just 10 snaps in the three games since. With both Allison and Montgomery ahead of him on the depth chart, as well as four other players, it's unlikely he will make an impact on the offensive side of the ball anytime soon.
Allison was promoted from the practice squad in late October, and it has not taken him long to path both Jeff Janis and Trevor Davis on the depth chart at the wide receiver position. While Allison is moving up the ladder, he did total just 11 snaps and one target against the Redskins, so the change in standing has not resulted in a significant change in opportunities thus far.
Daniels had one of his most complete games of the season Monday, notching his first sack in over three weeks and playing in 64 percent of defensive snaps. He'll look to continue this high level of play Sunday against the Texans.
Sunday was the sixth time this year that Cobb was held to under 50 receiving yards. The emergence of Davante Adams has really hurt Cobb's stock, as the former was targeted seven times against the Texans, and Jordy Nelson continues to produce consistency. That makes Cobb the third leg of the Packers' pass offense, limiting his upside on a weekly basis. Green Bay will take on the Seahawks in Week 14.
The fact that Montgomery's 40 yards was enough to lead the team in rushing is an indicator of the state of the Packers' running game. Christine Michael led the backfield with nine carries, but only was able to produce 19 yards. James Starks rushed four times for one yard and was completely ineffective. Head coach Mike McCarthy did say this week that he wanted to give Montgomery more opportunities in the offense, but the presence of Michael and Starks limits his upside. He may be worth a stash in deeper leagues, but Montgomery will be hard to trust until the Packers show some kind of consistency running the ball.
Cook was targeted 11 times in Week 11 -- his first action since Week 3 -- and exploded for 105 yards and a touchdown on six receptions, but he was a non-factor against an Eagles team that has routinely shut down opposing tight ends this season, as he was targeted just twice all night. Cook will face another tough matchup in Week 13 against a Texans squad that has allowed per-game averages of just five receptions and 48.2 yards to opposing tight ends over its last six games.
Nelson was by far the Packers' most effective receiver on a day when Davante Adams and Randall Cobb combined for four catches and 36 yards. Sunday marks the fifth time in the last six games that Nelson has accrued more than 90 receiving yards, and it is also the fifth time in the last six games that he has scored a touchdown. His proven rapport with Aaron Rodgers makes Nelson an every-week WR1, even against Richard Sherman and the Seahawks in Week 14.
After an impressive preseason with the Packers followed be a brief stint with the Saints, Callahan was presumably claimed by Cleveland due to the fact that starting signal caller Cody Kessler resides in concussion protocol. Moreover, it's still uncertain when Josh McCown (collarbone) will return. If neither Kessler or McCown can play this week, rookie Kevin Hogan will likely get the start given his familiarity with head coach Hue Jackson's offensive scheme, leaving Callahan to claim backup status for his first game with his new team.
The veteran continues to make his presence felt on the defense, recording a sack in back-to-back games. Peppers played in 73 percent of the defensive snaps Monday and may continue to see a high number of reps if Jake Ryan (ankle) remains sidelined.
Kerridge is an undrafted rookie out of Michigan who has since resided on the Packers' practice squad. While he profiles as a fullback and will thus provide depth for an injury-depleted backfield, Kerridge is unlikely to achieve fantasy relevance in 2016 and was likely promoted to the active roster solely to beef up Green Bay's special teams play, as the unit surrendered a kickoff return touchdown on the very first play Sunday versus the Colts.
Matthews returned from a hamstring injury last week, only to suffer a separated AC joint in his left shoulder during the victory. Although he recorded a sack in that game, he didn't appear to be at 100 percent before suffering the injury, and certainly won't own a clean bill of health in Sunday's matchup. Even a banged-up Matthews offers reasonable fantasy upside, but the risk of re-injury could limit his ceiling in the afternoon matchup.
The move leaves Brandon Burks and Brandon Ross as the team's depth RB options behind Eddie Lacy and James Starks, though it's possible the team will add backfield help in the coming days, in the wake of Crockett's placement on IR.
Burnett's sack was his second of the season, and first since Week 1. He is now averaging 6.3 tackles per game on the season, which puts him on pace for 94 stops if he plays in every game the rest of the way.
Ripkowski's touchdown from one yard out was both his first career score and also the first time a Packers running back has found paydirt this season. That fact alone is unlikely to result in any significant change in role, but Ripkowski's successful goal-line plunge could get him the ball again in that spot in the future.
Contained to limited practices this week, Rollins will nonetheless be available for the first time since Week 5. His return will be a welcome relief for a secondary without the services of Sam Shields (concussion) and Damarious Randall (groin).
The safety only missed one defensive play on Monday night while snagging his third interception of the season. Clinton-Dix, along with the entire Packers' secondary, could enjoy continued success the remainder of the season with Damarious Randall now back in the fold at cornerback.
Hyde figures to continue serving as a backup safety along with handling punt return duties.
Crosby was a perfect 5-of-5 after missing a kick in three straight games leading up to Monday's contest. His longest field goal came from 33 yards out, but the nine points he finished the game with were his most since Week 6.
Fellow tight end Jared Cook was quiet in Monday's game as well, but in terms of snaps, Rodgers was outpaced by Cook (33-26) for the second time in as many weeks following Cook's return from an ankle injury. Rodgers' fantasy contributions this season have been minimal, and that figures to remain the case, particularly with him behind Cook on the depth chart.
Pennel was suspended for four games after violating the NFL's substance abuse policy. A roster spot was cleared for him after the team released Brian Price. It's unclear how much of a role Pennel will have Sunday, though he'll likely slide in for a few snaps at a minimum.
With the decision to allow rookie cornerback Makinton Dorleant (hamstring) to return to practice Wednesday, the Packers have exhausted their one choice to make another appearance this season. Consequently, Lacy, an unrestricted free agent in the offseason, may have played his last down as a Packer. As for the rest of the campaign, the backfield will be the domain of James Starks and recent pickup Christine Michael.
Ryan is back out on the field, playing through his ankle aliment after taking a trip back to the locker room in the second quarter. The injury will be something to keep an eye on during the second half of the game with Carl Bradford the likely candidate to see increased reps should Ryan be monitored closely.
Bradford, the Packers' fourth-round selection in 2014, hasn't seen any live action thus far into his professional career as he was a healthy scratch every game his rookie year and has since resided on Green Bay's practice squad. He'll likely provide depth at inside linebacker with starter Jake Ryan experiencing ankle woes.
Hundley saw his first action of the season in Week 10, captaining the Packers' final drive of the day with the outcome already clearly decided. He remains the clear backup behind starting quarterback Aaron Rodgers as the only other signal caller on the roster.
Barclay injured his shoulder in pregame warmups prior to last Sunday's game against the Redskins and was limited in practice throughout the week.
Michael totaled just two snaps and one carry last week in the first game he was active for as a Packer, but it appears he could see those numbers increase this week as the Packers look for more success in the run game. While Michael could be more active the rest of the way, he still figures to share snaps with James Starks and Ty Montgomery one way or another, which will limit his ceiling.
Jackson sustained the ailment in practice Wednesday, precipitating the decision to make a claim for Christine Michael off waivers from the Seahawks. With Jackson out of the picture, the Packers will trot out a backfield consisting of Ty Montgomery, James Starks, and Michael moving forward.
Thomas missed practice Wednesday and Thursday, though likely as a precautionary measure. He's fully expected to suit up Sunday against the Steelers.
Mathews has never played in an NFL game and was a long shot to make the Packers' roster. With the team's linebacking corps being as healthy as it is, Mathews was no longer needed as a camp player.
Rodgers' stat line is nothing flashy, but his effort was enough to lift the Packers to victory in a game played on a snow-covered Lambeau Field. His first touchdown was the result of him escaping the pocket and finding Randall Cobb cutting across the end zone, and his second was a 32-yard strike to a wide open Jordy Nelson. Rodgers did look uncomfortable with his injured hamstring at times, but the Packers' offensive line did a good job of keeping him in the pocket by reducing pressure, allowing only one sack on the day. He may be rested some in practice this week in order to avoid worsening his hamstring, but Rodgers should be set to go against Richard Sherman and the Seahawks in Week 14.
Whitehead was just promoted from the practice squad prior to Week 8, so his stint with the active roster was short-lived. The Packers were attempting to add depth to their thin backfield, as they subsequently promoted fullback Joe Kerridge from the practice squad in a corresponding roster move.
Sidelined since the third preseason game with a hamstring issue, Elliott will remain a regular DNP until practice is a part of his regimen. When healthy, though, he'll merely serve as a depth pass rusher.
Goodson missed each of the past two games with a knee injury. His placement on IR created room for the Packers to activate fellow corner Makinton Dorleant to the active roster.
Cajuste was buried on San Francisco's depth chart, but will likely be a candidate to join the practice squad once he clears waivers.
Tampa Bay decided to go with first-year punter Jacob Schum over the veteran Koenen. The rest of the Bucs' cuts include guard Josh Allen, WR Robert Herron and corner Leonard Johnson. Defensive tackle Akeem Spence was placed on the PUP list.
Wide receiver Jarrett Boykin (groin) has been ruled out while linebacker Sam Barrington (hamstring) is questionable and tackle David Bakhtiari (back) and defensive tackle Josh Boyd (knee) are probable.
The only exception is defensive tackle Datone Jones (ankle), who is questionable.
Fackrell injured his hamstring in Week 11 and hasn't taken the practice field since. It isn't clear when may be able to play again.
Lowry is a huge figure and an intriguing 3-4 end prospect for the Packers, standing at 6-foot-6, 296 pounds with standout athleticism for such a big lineman. His athleticism is only average when compared to defensive ends, but when compared to the more similar position of defensive tackle, Lowry grades as an elite athlete.
Perry is a vital piece of the Packers' pass rush, as evidenced by his team leading eight sacks. It remains to be seen how effective Perry will be with a club on his hand, so be sure to track his progress going forward.
Janis found his name back in the box score after being held without a catch the previous two weeks, but he only caught the lone pass, and was on the field for just six plays in all, according to Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com. He remains a depth receiver for the Packers for now.
With starting center J.C. Tretter out several weeks with a sprained MCL, Linsley will be immediately thrust into action as the Packers' starting center. Don Barclay will back Linsley up.