Scott (personal) is active for Sunday's game at Indianapolis.
The 25-year-old was added to the injury report Saturday as he didn't travel with the team due to a personal issue, but he traveled separately and is cleared to play at Indianapolis. Scott will handle punting duties for the Packers, per usual.
Scott (personal) didn't travel with the team to Indianapolis and is considered questionable for Sunday's game, Wes Hodkiewicz of the Packers' official site reports.
There's still the possibility Scott travels separately to join the team, but there's a real chance he's unavailable Sunday. Drew Kaser was signed to the active roster as the potential fill-in punter against the Colts.
Scott (illness) will play in Monday's game against the Falcons.
Scott popped up on the injury report after coming down with an illness Saturday. However, the team never promoted another punter to the active roster, so his status was seemingly never too much in jeopardy.
Scott (illness) is questionable for Monday's game versus the Falcons, Wes Hodkiewicz of the Packers' official site reports.
Scott came down with an illness Saturday, and his status is uncertain for Monday. The team doesn't have another punter on the active roster or practice squad, but perhaps kicker Mason Crosby could handle those duties if necessary.
Scott played in all 16 regular-season games the Packers played and averaged 44.0 yards and 39.9 net yards on 77 punts.
Scott held down the punting job in Green Bay for the second straight season, but his results were unremarkable, as he finished 28th in the league in yards per punt and 24th in the league in net yards per punt. He will be the favorite to punt again for the Packers in 2020, but there's a chance he could face some competition for his spot.
Scott (illness) is active for Sunday's NFC championship versus the 49ers.
Scott was added to the injury report Saturday, but it doesn't appear to be an issue. The second-year pro has averaged 44.0 yards per punt this season.
Scott has been added to the Packers' injury report as questionable ahead of Sunday's showdown against the 49ers due to an illness.
Scott is the only punter on the Packers' roster, so a potential absence would certainly be notable. However, the severity of his illness is not known at this time, and his final status will be determined by how he is feeling closer to kickoff. The Alabama product is finishing his second year in Green Bay and averaged 44.0 yards on 77 punts this season.
Scott averaged 47.6 yards on nine punts in Thursday's victory over the Bears.
The Bears' defense bottled up the Packers' offense for most of Thursday's game, but Scott played a key role in the Packers regularly winning the field-position battle, constantly flipping the field and downing five punts inside the opponent's 20-yard line. His biggest kick of the night came when he unleashed a 63-yard bomb with under two minutes remaining that left the Bears needing to go 86 yards to tie the game -- a distance they were unable to cover. Scott had a so-so rookie year, but at least for one night, he showed why the Packers spent a fifth-round pick on him in 2018.