GREEN BAY, WI (WTAQ) - Randall Cobb is listed as questionable for Sunday’s Green Bay Packers’ regular season finale at Minnesota.
Cobb -- a second-year receiver and kick returner – practiced on a limited basis Friday. Coach Mike McCarthy says he’ll see how Cobb’s doing on Sunday before deciding whether to play him.
Corner Davon House is listed as doubtful with shoulder and hip injuries. McCarthy said House is not recovering as fast as the coaches had hoped.
Only two Packers are listed as “out” for the Vikings’ game, and neither are a surprise. They’re defensive back Charles Woodson and running back James Starks.
McCarthy said receiver Jordy Nelson had a good week of practice, after missing three games with a bad hamstring. The coach said there’s no reason not to think that Nelson won’t play, and he’s listed as probable against the Vikings.
Guard Josh Sitton practiced fully Friday after getting a concussion – and he’s listed as probable for Sunday.
Kicker Mason Crosby caught the flu bug this week, but he’s also probable – along with centers Evan Dietrich-Smith and Jeff Saturday, running back Alex Green, and defensive ends C.J. Wilson and Jerel Worthy.
A Packer victory on Sunday would give them a first-round bye in the playoffs. If the Vikings win, Minnesota would be assured of a playoff spot – and would most likely face the Packers again in Green Bay on Wild Card Weekend.