"He looked OK," Packers coach Mike Sherman said after practice Monday. "I'll make a further evaluation on him on Wednesday when we put the pads on."
The Packers are thin at running back. Najeh Davenport, who started in Green's place during the 52-3 rout of New Orleans on Oct. 9, sustained a broken right ankle that ended his season.
Tight end Bubba Franks didn't practice Monday and is questionable to play against the Vikings because of a torn MCL in his left knee.
Sherman said he'll know more about Franks' availability on Wednesday.
Franks sustained the injury in the Week 2 loss to Cleveland. He missed the subsequent two games, then was activated for the last contest, but only for emergency duty as a No. 3 tight end. Franks was called upon for just two plays, strictly as a blocker.
Center Mike Flanagan didn't practice Monday as he continues to recover from Oct. 5 surgery to repair a sports hernia.
Flanagan is hopeful to be ready for Sunday's game, but he likely will sit out.
Safety Earl Little (hamstring) and linebacker Na'il Diggs (knee) also did not practice on Monday. Little sustained his injury against Carolina as did Diggs. Diggs will be sidelined till the end of November with a torn MCL.