GREEN BAY -- The Packers removed WR Ty Montgomery from their injury report on Friday, meaning Montgomery has been cleared to play on Sunday vs. the Colts at Lambeau Field.
The NFL this season eliminated the "probable" designation on injury reports that had been used in the past, so now, players deemed "probable" are removed from the report entirely. That's what has happened with Montgomery, as well as with G T.J. Lang, which is good news for the Packers' offense.
Four players are questionable, however. They are WR Randall Cobb (hamstring), LB Clay Matthews (hamstring), and CBs Quinten Rollins (groin) and Demetri Goodson (concussion). Head Coach Mike McCarthy indicated on Friday that they could be game-time decisions. The Packers have to turn in their inactive list 90 minutes before Sunday's 3:25 p.m. kickoff.
The Packers have ruled out four players: C/G JC Tretter, CB Damarious Randall, TE Jared Cook, and RB James Starks. Cook and Starks returned to the practice field this week, but their return to game action is at least another week away.
With Tretter out, all indications are the Packers are going to activate C Corey Linsley from the physically unable to perform list and start him at center on Sunday.
For the Colts, five players are questionable, including starting CB Vontae Davis (concussion) and TE Dwayne Allen (ankle). The Colts have ruled out five players, among them S Mike Adams (groin).
Eight players were removed from the Indianapolis injury report, including WRs T.Y. Hilton (hamstring) and Phillip Dorsett.