Jordy Nelson Headshot

Jordy Nelson (ribs) will be active for Sunday's game.

Added 17 minutes ago Source
With Super Bowl trip on the line, this is no surprise. Nelson is Aaron Rodgers favorite target, and will be targeted if he is able to play a decent amount of snaps. There is no word of a snap count for him, so he should be seeing his usual workload.
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Morgan Burnett (thigh) is expected to play on Sunday barring a setback.

Added 14 hours ago Source
Burnett's been battling a thigh injury all week and was Questionable, along with some of Green Bay's WR's heading in to Sunday's NFC Championship game. Burnett will look to play his part in shutting down Atlanta's high octane offense.
Jordy Nelson Headshot

Jordy Nelson (ribs) is expected to play on Sunday barring a setback.

Added 15 hours ago Source
Nelson, Davante Adams, and Geronimo Allison are all expected to give it a go on Sunday. In a short 2-game slate they're all on the table to be owned, but Nelson in particular comes at a risk considering he's coming back from 3 cracked ribs. Don't be surprised if he's sent out there as a decoy.
Davante Adams Headshot

Davante Adams (ankle) is expected to play on Sunday barring a setback.

Added 15 hours ago Source
All the injured Green Bay WR's are expected to be available on Sunday for the NFC Championship game against Atlanta. They're all in play for DFS, but tread carefully because Nelson, Adams, and Allison are all dealing with injuries.
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Chris Hogan (thigh) expected to be active Sunday.

Added 15 hours ago Source
Hogan led all WR's in the NFL in average yards per catch (17.9) so he'll likely be a popular DFS option in larger field contests since it's such a small slate. The question now remains who will else will be added for the Patriots WR's. New England has a heavy need for players at other positions and between Malcolm Mitchelll, Danny Amendola, and Michael Floyd one of them will likely be a healthy scratch.
Taylor Gabriel Headshot

Taylor Gabriel (foot) who fully participated in practice Friday, is not on the injury report for the NFC Championship game.

Added 23 hours ago Source
The Falcons enter the NFC Championship game significantly healthier than the Packers who have an abundance of injuries especially at the WR position. Gabriel will likely be a key target for Matt Ryan on Sunday as Green Bay has one of the worst secondaries in the league and they'll likely try to key in on Julio Jones.
J.C. Tretter Headshot

J.C. Tretter (knee) had surgery Tuesday.

Added 23 hours ago Source
Tretter originally injured his knee in Week 8 against Atlanta, but aggravated the injury during his recovery. The Packers have not yet decided to place him on IR, in which case they might activate a WR off the practice squad with Jordy Nelson and Davante Adams injured as well. Tretter really doesn't have any chance of playing on Sunday, but news on him is worth following in the event that they do put him on IR.
Christine Michael Headshot

Packers have added RB Christine Michael (back) to the injury report and he is questionable for Sunday’s game..

Added 1 day ago Source
This is a new development, as he had avoided the injury report earlier in the week. If he cannot play on Sunday, then the Packers will rely on Ty Montgomery and Aaron Ripkowski to lead the rushing attack against the Falcons. If Michael can play, it could result in Montgomery being shifted forward to the line, as the Green Bay receiving corps are beat up going into the NFC Conference Championship game.
Sean Smith Headshot

Sean Smith underwent surgery on his injured shoulder.

Added 1 day ago Source
The Raiders starting right cornerback played through the shoulder issue at the end of the season, but it was determined that he would not recover without surgery. He is not expected to miss any offseason activities with the team, and should be ready to go full tilt when the season opens.
Shaq Lawson Headshot

Shaq Lawson underwent arthroscopic knee surgery following the season, he should be cleared to participate in all offseason activities.

Added 1 day ago Source
It was just minor surgery, and not at all related to the shoulder issue that kept him out of the first six games of his rookie season in 2016. The fact that he does not expect to miss any offseason activities bolsters the idea that the surgery was nothing to worry about tremendously. If healthy, look for him to build on his 13 total tackle, two sack effort over 10 games last season.
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