Any doubt about Green Bay Packers defensive lineman Mike Daniels’ availability for Sunday’s game against the Miami Dolphins was removed Friday along with his name from the injury report and received no designation.
Green Bay also declared cornerback Kevin King our for Sunday after sustaining a hamstring injury in the loss to the New England Patriots.
As for those whose status is still up in the air, the Packers listed wide receiver Randall Cobb (hamstring), right tackle Bryan Bulaga (knee) and linebacker Blake Martinez (ankle) as questionable for Week 10’s must-win contest.
Cobb and Martinez would have been practicing in a limited capacity Friday and Bulaga would have been a full participant had the Packers practiced on Fiday per the team.
Martinez earlier in the week was not optimistic he would be able to play per ESPN Milwaukee’s Jason Wilde, but the ankle healed sufficiently enough that the linebacker now is “hopeful” he will be able to go pending tomorrow’s results.
As for Cobb, he’s still dealing with the nagging hamstring injury that’s kept him out of three other games. The Packers’ final walkthrough on Saturday will be a big clue to Cobb’s status for the game. Should Cobb not be able to go, rookie receivers Equanimeous St. Brown and Marquez Valdes-Scantling are likely to continue to see plenty of action.
Since Bulaga would have been a full participant on Friday, one can assume he will play against the Dolphins and the designation of questionable is just the team erring on the side of caution with Saturday’s final walkthrough still to come.