Green Bay Packers wide receivers Jordy Nelson, Davante Adams and Geronimo Allison are all game-time decisions for Sunday's NFC Championship Game against the Atlanta Falcons but are expected to play, a source told ESPN's Ed Werder.
Packers coach Mike McCarthy has indicated some or all of the players will be evaluated in pregame workouts before a final determination is made.
Nelson is two weeks removed from suffering broken ribs in the wild-card round against the Giants. Adams sprained his left ankle in the divisional-round win over the Cowboys, and Allison injured his hamstring against Dallas.
Of the three, only Nelson participated in a practice this week, although he wasn't in pads like the rest of the team.
With uncertainty at the receiver position, the Packers promoted Max McCaffrey from the practice squad on Saturday.
The Packers received a shipment of Kevlar sheets from Unequal Technologies for Nelson to consider using in his equipment for additional protection should he play, two weeks after fracturing ribs.
Nelson practiced on a limited basis during the week but was not cleared for contact. Nelson said if he played, he would likely require more than his standard protection.
Information from ESPN Packers reporter Rob Demovsky was used in this report.