|Offense||24th||105.4 (18th)||208.2 (23rd)|
|Defense||24th||111.0 (17th)||242.6 (20th)|
|17||Adams, Davante||WR||6-1||215||12/24/1992||4||Fresno State|
|44||Brown, Donatello||DB||6-0||190||5/15/1991||R||Valdosta State|
|42||Burnett, Morgan||SS||6-1||209||1/13/1989||8||Georgia Tech|
|21||Clinton-Dix, Ha Ha||FS||6-1||208||12/21/1992||4||Alabama|
|25||Evans, Marwin||DB||5-11||211||4/10/1993||2||Utah State|
|51||Fackrell, Kyler||OLB||6-5||245||11/25/1991||2||Utah State|
|28||Hawkins, Josh||CB||5-10||189||1/23/1993||2||East Carolina|
|31||House, Davon||CB||6-0||195||7/10/1989||7||New Mexico State|
|83||Janis, Jeff||WR||6-3||219||6/24/1991||4||Saginaw Valley State|
|74||John, Ulrick||T||6-5||307||5/20/1992||4||Georgia State|
|27||Jones, Josh||SAF||6-1||220||9/20/1994||R||NC State|
|33||Jones, Aaron||RB||5-9||208||12/2/1994||R||Texas-El Paso|
|63||Linsley, Corey||C||6-3||301||7/27/1991||4||Ohio State|
|52||Matthews, Clay||OLB||6-3||255||5/14/1986||9||Southern California|
|32||Mays, Devante||RB||5-10||230||5/26/1994||R||Utah State|
|87||Nelson, Jordy||WR||6-3||217||5/31/1985||10||Kansas State|
|98||Odom, Chris||LB||6-3||262||9/16/1994||R||Arkansas State|
|77||Pankey, Adam||G||6-5||313||2/2/1994||R||West Virginia|
|53||Perry, Nick||OLB||6-3||265||4/12/1990||6||Southern California|
|41||Pipkins, Lenzy||CB||6-0||196||11/7/1993||R||Oklahoma State|
|23||Randall, Damarious||CB||5-11||196||8/29/1992||3||Arizona State|
|65||Taylor, Lane||G||6-3||324||11/22/1989||5||Oklahoma State|
|48||Thomas, Joe||ILB||6-1||227||5/6/1991||3||South Carolina State|
|8||Vogel, Justin||P||6-4||219||10/14/1993||R||Miami (Fla.)|
|30||Williams, Jamaal||RB||6-0||213||4/3/1995||R||Brigham Young|
|10||Schum, Jacob (IR)||P||5-10||211||1/21/1989||3||Buffalo|
|12||Rodgers, Aaron (IR)||QB||6-2||225||12/2/1983||13||California|
|24||Rollins, Quinten (IR)||CB||5-11||195||7/15/1992||3||Miami (Ohio)|
|26||Waters, Herb (IR)||CB||6-0||188||11/10/1992||1||Miami (Fla.)|
|29||Brice, Kentrell (IR)||SS||5-11||200||8/11/1994||2||Louisiana Tech|
|57||Talley, David (IR)||LB||6-1||236||11/9/1994||R||Grand Valley State|
|59||Pepper, Taybor (IR)||LS||6-4||245||5/28/1994||R||Michigan State|
|68||Murphy, Kyle (IR)||T||6-6||305||12/11/1993||2||Stanford|
|79||Amichia, Kofi||G||6-3||304||7/29/1994||R||South Florida|
|Evans, Jerod||QB||6-3||232||1/16/1994||R||Virginia Tech|
|71||Lunsford, Izaah||DT||6-3||310||10/21/1993||R||Bowling Green|
Randall didn't miss a practice rep during Week 9 prep, but an illness placed a cloud over his ability to suit up Monday. Now that he's been deemed available, he'll attempt to extend his interception streak to four games, a distinct possibility versus Matthew Stafford, whose 19 picks in 13 matchups against the Packers is his most against any team.
Adams connected with quarterback Brett Hundley for a 19-yard back-shoulder touchdown pass during a scramble drill late in the fourth quarter. Obviously, much of the fantasy value attached to Green Bay's receivers in recent seasons has depended on a perennial MVP candidate throwing them the ball. Aaron Rodgers' collarbone injury has transformed Green Bay's receiving corps, but Adams seems to have a better rapport with Hundley than some of his teammates. The fourth-year receiver has seen at least eight targets in three of four games with Hundley at quarterback and has caught both of Hundley's touchdown passes this season.
Green Bay would be left with $3.2 million in dead money if they were to part ways with Bulaga, but ACL injuries to both knees put a major question mark on his future. The veteran right tackle has been in the league for eight seasons despite being only 28 years old, and still has two years and $13.5 million remaining on his contract. Bulaga has yet to even officially be placed on injured reserve and his recovery process will be paramount to what the team ultimately decides.
Waters originally hurt his shoulder in minicamp but aggravated the injury in the opening days of training camp. The exact details of the ailment remain clouded, however.
Clark has shown marked improvement in his second season in the league, and through seven games he is now up to 24 tackles (15 solo) -- three more than he finished the 2016 campaign with.
Martinez continues to produce in the tackle department, and he is now up to 74 combined stops (55 solo) on the season. He made just seven total tackles in the Packers' first two games, but in the six contests since he has averaged a stellar 11.2 tackles per game.
Evans suffered the groin injury in Sunday's loss to the Falcons, but it apparently isn't a concern heading into the upcoming Week 3 matchup with the Bengals. He should reclaim his role as the Packers' starting right guard.
It was noticeable that head coach Mike McCarthy was trying to mix things up on the offense, and Davis was deployed on the first drive. Still, he's mainly summoned to return punts and kicks. The No. 5 Packers' wideout logged just six offensive snaps Monday, though, so the second-year pro shouldn't be considered a viable fantasy asset at this time.
The Packers used one of their two return from injured reserve designations on Spriggs, who was placed on IR in late September after injuring his hamstring against the Seahawks in Week 1. The Packers now have three weeks to activate Spriggs to the active roster or he will revert to injured reserve.
Taylor hasn't played since injuring his ankle in Week 6. He should now be set to reclaim the starting job at guard from Justin McCray.
Allison played just five snaps on offense Sunday, and his catch was only the second he made in the last four games. With him fourth on the depth chart at his position and the Packers' passing attack not as high-powered under Brett Hundley as it with Aaron Rodgers (collarbone) at the helm, it will be tough for Allison to make a fantasy impact anytime soon.
John will assume the 53-man roster spot of Kyle Murphy (foot), who was placed on injured reserve in a corresponding move. The Packers' preferred starting options at offensive tackle, Bryan Bulaga (ankle) and David Bakhtiari (hamstring), are both in danger of missing Thursday's game against the Bears, which could pave the way for John to play significant snaps right away with his new team. Murphy had previously started all three of the Packers' games and led the offensive line with 219 snaps while Bulaga and Bakhtiari have managed their respective injuries.
Pankey takes the roster spot of defensive lineman Ricky Jean-Francois, who was waived Wednesday in a corresponding move. Pankey turned in a strong preseason and will provide the Packers with depth at both guard and tackle.
Cobb was pushed into some rushing duty after injuries to both Aaron Jones and Ty Montgomery. Depending on the duo's health moving forward, more Cobb in the backfield might be a useful way to get the shifty playmaker a few more touches in space. Cobb has never really gotten going this season but has struggled, especially with Brett Hundley under center. Cobb was averaging 5.75 catches and 54.5 yards per game in the four full games he had with Aaron Rodgers (collarbone) at quarterback. He has averaged just 3.25 catches and 38.25 yards per game since.
Since Bryan Bulaga suffered a torn ACL during Monday's matchup with the Lions, McCray will slot in at right tackle Sunday. He's proven to be a true utility lineman this season, but he may have found a full-time spot in Bulaga's absence.
With Aaron Jones (knee) already expected to miss multiple weeks, the Packers held out some hope until Friday that Montgomery might be able to avoid an absence. His failure to practice in any capacity this week suggests he's also in some danger of missing a Week 12 game against the Steelers. Jamaal Williams, Devante Mays and fullback Aaron Ripkowski will handle the backfield work Sunday against the Ravens. Williams is expected to get most of the carries.
Biegel is still eligible to start the season on the Physically Unable to Perform list. The worries of Packers' fans are justified when you take into account the history he's had with this foot, including the surgery last season. It's tough to see where he will stand in the depth chart since he only had a few healthy snaps in the offseason program.
Goode was waived from the team's injured reserve earlier this season after suffering a hamstring injury, but now that he's healthy and eligible to rejoin the squad, he'll take back long-snapping duties. Derek Hart, who snapped for the Packers in their last two games, will be cut loose to clear a spot on the 53-man roster for Goode.
House was limited in practice this week after sitting out Sunday's loss to the Vikings, and there remains no clear indication on whether he'll play at this point. Thankfully for the Packers, rookie Kevin King has cleared the concussion protocol, but with Damarious Randall (hamstring) also questionable, Lenzy Pipkins and Josh Hawkins could potentially see significant snaps.
Nelson was targeted nine times by quarterback Brett Hundley in Week 6 after he replaced an injured Aaron Rodgers, so early indications were Nelson would still see plenty of balls in his direction in Rodgers' absence. However, that has turned out not to be the case, as Nelson has seen just 15 targets in the three games since, leading to totals of just eight receptions, 68 yards and -- most importantly for fantasy players -- zero touchdowns. Rodgers has not been ruled out for the season and chances are there aren't any waiver-wire receivers in your league that match Nelson's track record and upside, so there is little reason to cut him loose right now. However, given his recent production and the fact the Ravens have routinely shut down opposing receivers all season, it's going to be tough to rely on him in fantasy lineups in Week 11.
Evans barely saw any playing time on defense despite all the injury woes the Packers' secondary endured. Instead, he logged the majority of his snaps on special teams, where he was a mainstay from Week 3 on. With Micah Hyde (shoulder) headed to the open market, Evans figures to have a slight chance of carving out a reserve safety role this summer.
With Aaron Rodgers' season up in the air due to a broken collarbone, Callahan's promotion could be the corresponding move for the former's placement on injured reserve. Callahan will thus slot in as the backup quarterback behind starter Brett Hundley.
Byrd faced long odds of beating out any of the Packers' three veteran tight ends for a roster spot, and his release confirms that he will not break camp with the squad. He could be a candidate for Green Bay's practice squad, however.
After injuring his shoulder in the Week 10 win over the Bears, King was rendered a limited participant in practice all week. The rookie would likely act as the Packers' nickel back if he's ultimately cleared to suit up Sunday.
Yancey had some sleeper value over the summer as a fifth-round pick with the potential to grab the fourth spot on the depth chart in a quality passing attack, but he did not show enough to beat out any of the Packers' veteran receivers. The team liked him enough to keep him around, but for now he is essentially the seventh option at his position.
Kerridge, an undrafted free agent in 2016, spent much of his rookie season on the Packers' practice squad before being moved up for the final portion of the season. He was held back by a calf injury during camp, and was never considered a likely candidate to make it on the 53-man roster. He will now be free to look for new opportunities once his health allows it.
Racking up eight tackles makes Monday's performance Jones' second best of the season. The rookie second-round pick played all 68 defensive snaps Monday because Morgan Burnett (groin) was sitting out, and Burnett won't play against the Bears in Week 10, so similar production should be expected from Jones.
Matthews became the Packers' all-time sack leader after collecting his 75th sack on a play in which he also forced Bears QB Mike Glennon to lose the ball, only for Jake Ryan to land on top to notch one of Green Bay's four takeaways on the night. Through four weeks, the USC product is on pace to top 50 tackles and double-digit sacks. Furthermore, he's stayed healthy and upright, which is key for the prospects of the entire defense going forward.
Burnett will be sidelined for a second straight game due to the groin issue he sustained in the Week 9 loss to the Lions, and the Packers haven't issued a timeline for his return. Josh Jones is expected to hold down a starting role at safety until Burnett is ready to play again.
Ripkowski played more snaps than he regularly does Sunday thanks to injuries to running backs Ty Montgomery (ribs) and Aaron Jones (knee), and he finished with a season high for touches. Ripkowski could get more involved again in Week 11 if either or both running backs previously listed are unable to play, but in that scenario he would still play only a complementary role, and mainly be used on passing downs and/or in short-yardage situations.
Rollins was finally seeing some significant snaps in the absence of top corners Davon House (quadriceps) and Kevin King (concussion) on Sunday before suffering what was initially reported as an ankle injury. The injury has since been clarified as an apparently severe Achilles injury, leaving the Packers to hope House and King can return against the Saints in Week 7.
Patrick's back injury limited his participation in practices Thursday and Friday. If active for the Week 11 matchup, Patrick, a reserve guard, wouldn't be in store for many snaps on offense.
Brice hurt his ankle in Week 5 against the Cowboys, but it wasn't anything serious and this likely isn't a side effect of that injury. He's a second-string safety, but with Morgan Burnett (hamstring) inactive, he's been called upon for an increased workload. If Brice can't return, expect Josh Jones to log more defensive snaps.
Clinton-Dix played every defensive snap Monday, and he yet again posted a sufficient performance. However, coming off a season where he snagged five interceptions, Clinton-Dix has clearly regressed with just one at the halfway point of the season.
Crosby had his most productive game of the season, hitting his first 50-yard field goal of 2017 while also posting double figures in points for the first time all year -- and his day could have been even better if not for a poor hold that led to a miss on his final field-goal attempt. Despite Sunday's effort he is still averaging just six points per game, a rate he will have to improve if he hopes to avoid missing the 100-point mark for the first time in his career.
Rodgers spent most of the season as the Packers' third-string tight end, but he has assumed the role of No. 2 tight end behind Lance Kendricks with Martellus Bennett no longer on the roster. While Rodgers is now one spot higher on the depth chart, he caught just two passes the last two weeks in that role, so don't expect him to make a fantasy impact anytime soon.
Murphy was placed on injured reserve last week due to the foot injury, and he's just one of a handful of offensive linemen to miss time for the Packers over the past couple of weeks. In his absence, the team signed Ulrick John off the Cardinals' practice squad.
Pepper hurt his foot in practice Thursday. While the details surrounding his injury aren't clear, his placement on IR suggests it could be severe. Green Bay will now move on to its third long snapper of the season in Derek Hart, who was signed Friday after spending time with the Packers over the summer.
Ryan left Week 7's game against the Saints with a migraine, but his absence from the injury report this week makes it seem like the linebacker is past the head issue. Look for him to resume his regular starting role Monday against the Lions, as he has 25 tackles (11 solo) this season.
Hundley emerged from Sunday's win over the Bears with a hamstring injury, but McCarthy isn't worried about the quarterback's health for the first practice of the new week. Assuming he gets through the rest of the week unscathed, Hundley will have a tough task on his hands in a Week 11 matchup against the Ravens and their third-ranked pass defense.
The Packers will head into Week 1 with 10 offensive linemen on the roster, but Amichia will not be one of them. His time with the Packers will continue, though, as he was added to the team's practice squad.
With Aaron Jones (knee) out for multiple games and Ty Montgomery (ribs) unlikely to suit up this week, it's quite possible Williams gets more than a one-game trial as the lead back. The Packers may also use Devante Mays and fullback Aaron Ripkowski in certain situations, in particular on obvious passing downs. Williams is a clear favorite to pace the team in carries, but he didn't show much explosiveness last week against the Bears (3.7 yards per carry) , and he may not have much room to run against a Baltimore defense that has been stout when run-stuffing defensive tackle Brandon Williams has been healthy.
Kendricks has assumed the Packers' starting tight end spot with Martellus Bennett out of town, and the role change led to him playing a season-high 46 snaps Sunday, according to Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com. However, the increase in field time did not lead to any significant change in his production. It's going to be tough for him to get much going the next couple weeks, as the Packers' next two opponents -- the Ravens and Steelers -- have allowed opposing tight ends to score just three total touchdowns since the calendar flipped to October.
The third-year pro hasn't played since Week 4, a matchup also with the Bears. He left early, though, so it's tough to see how he plays against the Bears' offense. Thomas still hasn't played more than 14 defensive snaps in a game, so it's wise to keep him out of fantasy lineups for the time being.
Adam Schefter of ESPN previously reported that Jones' knee injury would likely sideline him for 3-to-6 weeks, making it likely that the rookie will miss additional time beyond Sunday's home date with Baltimore. Along with Jones, Ty Montgomery (ribs) also exited the Week 10 win over the Bears early with an injury, resulting in No. 3 back Jamaal Williams finishing out the contest as the team's lead runner with 20 carries for 67 yards. Since Montgomery is recovering from his second injury in six weeks, it's likely that he'll be limited against the Ravens if he plays at all, which could pave the way for Williams to pick up a start out of the backfield and handle a three-down workload in the contest.
Entering his third season, Mathews has yet to play a regular season snap, so this injury couldn't be more poorly timed. The only way onto the roster for him is with a quick recovery and stellar special teams play.
McCaffrey turned in an impressive preseason for the Packers and made a compelling case for a roster spot, but was ultimately one of the team's final cuts. The Duke product quickly reached a deal with the Saints' practice squad before being signed onto the Jaguars' 53-man roster in September. McCaffrey appeared in five games for the Jacksonville, but was targeted just once during that span, gaining four yards on his lone reception before being waived last weekend. After clearing waivers, McCaffrey will return to the Packers, but will likely need an injury or two to hit the team's wideout ranks before being promoted to the active roster.
The workout amounted to Rodgers' first on-field appearance since he fractured his right collarbone Oct. 15 against the Vikings, resulting in a complex surgery four days later that necessitated two plates and 13 screws being inserted into the collarbone. While the Packers aren't banking on Rodgers playing again this season, the quarterback at least took a positive step forward Wednesday. Rodgers will be limited to nothing more than rehab sessions off to the side during the next two weeks before he's able to return to practice, which would then set in motion a 21-day window through which the Packers can evaluate him and decide whether or not to activate him from injured reserve. Rodgers would be eligible to play no sooner than the Packers' Week 15 matchup with the Panthers if he's activated.
Whitehead appeared in two games for the Packers in 2016 and has been on the team's practice squad since being released at roster cutdowns. The 24-year-old takes the roster spot of quarterback Aaron Rodgers (collarbone), who was placed on injured reserve. Whitehead could potentially see the field a bit more than typically expected in Week 7 with safety Morgan Burnett (hamstring) ruled out and cornerbacks Damarious Randall (hamstring) and Davon House (quadriceps) listed as questionable.
Adams could get his first NFL action Sunday against the Bengals if Mike Daniels (hip) is unable to play. Daniels is listed as questionable, but Adams, a rookie third-round pick, likely will see some action either way.
Mays, a seventh-round pick out of Utah State, is one of three rookie running backs on the Packers' roster, but Jones and Williams have ranked ahead of him on the depth chart all season. The team has had at least three of their running backs healthy through its first nine games, but with the top two options on the depth chart likely unavailable Sunday, Mays will be active for just the fourth time all season, and will likely see his first offensive snaps after previously being relegated to special-teams work. Given Mays' lack of involvement in the offense to date, it's expected that the Packers will lean on Williams as a three-down workhorse rather than deploying a true backfield committee, but Mays could at least get a handful of carries as a change-of-pace option when Williams requires a breather. That won't be enough to make Mays a viable lineup option in the majority of formats, but fantasy owners in deeper settings may want to consider picking up the rookie since he's now just a Williams injury away from seeing a meaningful workload.
Goodson has spent the entire season on the Physically Unable to Perform list while recovering from a severe knee injury he sustained last fall. His return to practice Wednesday opens a three-week window in which the Packers will have to either activate him to the 53-man roster or place him on season-ending injured reserve.
The addition of Evans will round out the quarterback room in Green Bay in the absence of Aaron Rodgers (collarbone). After suffering a foot injury during the Eagles' offseason program, Evans has found himself in an ideal situation for a potential appearance at some point this season, especially if anything befalls Brett Hundley or Joe Callahan.
Schum had been dealing with a back injury for weeks and was waived Thursday. In his absence, Justin Vogel will take over as the top punter in Green Bay, but the Packers could always bring in someone else for competition.
Bakhtiari has missed the Packers' past four games, suiting up only in the season opener. His long absence had forced the Packers to move Lane Taylor, a guard, to left tackle the past few weeks. With fellow tackle Brian Bulaga (ankle) also healthy, Green Bay will have its top-five linemen starting at once for the first time this season.
Fackrell didn't see the field much in 2016, playing just 15.6 percent of Green Bay's defensive snaps. He showed some promise as a pass rusher and could see an increased role in 2017 if the team loses Nick Perry or Julius Peppers, both of whom will be unrestricted free agents when the league year ends.
Even though Lowry's knee injury was never considered to be severe, it's still nice to see him practicing in full just four days before the season opener. Barring a setback in practice, he should be set to start Sunday and could be an interesting IDP play going against a weak Seahawks offensive line that likely will devote more attention to Mike Daniels and Kenny Clark than to Lowry.
Perry had not recorded more than 1.0 sacks in a game since Week 1, but he produced in a big way Sunday, and is now up to seven sacks in eight games this season.
Hawkins is pushing to move up the depth chart at the cornerback position, and he certainly helped his chances Saturday, both in the tackle department, and more importantly, in pass coverage.
Dial was a full participant in practice Wednesday through Friday, so despite getting the questionable tag for the Week 11 matchup, he seems likely to play. The nose tackle missed the Packers' previous two games with the injury.
Brooks followed up limited practices Wednesday and Thursday with a full session Friday, which should be enough for him to take the field Sunday. He was questionable heading into the Week 10 victory over the Bears, but ultimately suited up and played 28 snaps (27 on defense) in the contest, recording no tackles and one pass breakup.
The Packers drafted a couple receivers later in this year's draft, but neither of them was able to overtake Janis, and he will have a roster spot heading into Week 1 for the fourth season in a row. He doesn't figure to see much action on offense but is on track to be the team's primary kick returner and also play a key role on other special teams units.
Linsley was added to the injury report Friday but it appears it was nothing serious. He's one of just two linemen who will play in each of the Packers' first seven games.