Posted by ESPN.com’s Kevin Seifert
Getting inside the Friday injury report:
Chicago Bears: The only player unlikely to be available is backup defensive tackle Matt Toeaina (calf), who is listed as doubtful. All other players should be ready for Sunday’s game against Cleveland. That includes defensive tackle Tommie Harris (knee), who had full participation in practice all week.
Detroit Lions: Quarterback Matthew Stafford (knee) and receiver Calvin Johnson (knee) are questionable for Sunday’s game against St. Louis. Coach Jim Schwartz said both players will be game-time decisions, but he spoke positively about each. “Both of them have made a lot of progress over the last couple of weeks,” Schwartz said. Defensive tackle Sammie Lee Hill (ankle) is also questionable but seems to have a decent chance of playing. Defensive end Jason Hunter (ankle) is out.
Green Bay Packers: Tight end Jermichael Finley (knee) and center Jason Spitz (back) are doubtful, meaning they have a 25 percent chance of playing. Not likely for either. That means Scott Wells will start again at center. Left tackle Chad Clifton (ankle) is questionable, but there have been indications that rookie T.J. Lang will make the start. Safety Derrick Martin (hamstring) and defensive end Jarius Wynn (hamstring).
Minnesota Vikings: Cornerback Antoine Winfield (foot) is out of Sunday’s game. The Vikings’ primary question marks are receivers Bernard Berrian (hamstring) and Percy Harvin (illness). It’s a good sign that Harvin returned to practice Friday and he’s likely to have his usual role Sunday. Berrian will be a game-time decision.