— WR Greg Jennings didn't practice Wednesday and is a candidate to be held out of the meaningless regular-season finale against Detroit on Sunday. Jennings, who leads the team with 12 touchdown catches, suffered a mild ankle sprain in the last game.
— DT Ryan Pickett was a limited participant Wednesday but is expected to be available Sunday. The starting nose tackle missed the last game because of a strained groin.
— QB Aaron Rodgers has been confined to rehab work for the strained hamstring that has made him unavailable the last three games. Rodgers likely will be deactivated again as the No. 3 quarterback Sunday and Craig Nall will serve at Brett Favre's main backup.
— CB Jarrett Bush appears close to a full recovery from a strained calf, which had him out of the last two games. Bush was a full participant Wednesday and could be in the mix for playing time at nickel back, his role before he was hurt, in a rotation with Will Blackmon, Frank Walker and Tramon Williams.
-- RT Damien Woody was limited in practice Wednesday after leaving Sunday's game against Kansas City with a shoulder injury. He is expected to play Sunday at Green Bay.
-- LG Edwin Mulitalo practiced fully Wednesday after sitting out Sunday's game against Kansas City with a concussion.
-- WR Troy Walters practiced fully Wednesday after sitting out Sunday's game against Kansas City with a concussion.
-- RB Kevin Jones still has swelling in his right knee, and doctors won't decide whether to operate on his torn anterior cruciate ligament until the swelling subsides.
-- RB Tatum Bell is expected to be active for the first time since Oct. 21 against Tampa Bay because of Jones' injury, but he might not play for the first time since Oct. 7 at Washington. He is expected to be behind T.J. Duckett and Aveion Cason.