GREEN BAY, WI (LEARFIELD-WSAU) Green Bay Packers' guard T-J Lang has completed the N-F-L's criteria for returning from his Monday night concussion. He's listed as questionable for Sunday's home game against Philadelphia, which means there's a 50-50 chance that he'll play.
Also, outside linebacker Nick Perry remains questionable with the broken foot he suffered at Baltimore October 13th. Linebacker Andy Mulumba is doubtful with the ankle injury he suffered in Monday night's loss to Chicago.
Clay Matthews is listed as probable, and he'll wear a protective club on the broken thumb he suffered a month ago. Coach Mike McCarthy says Matthews will have to take a different approach with the club -- and he has worked it out with linebackers' coach Kevin Greene.
Defensive end Ryan Pickett and linebacker Mike Neal are both probable with knee issues.
McCarthy also said the Packers have moved past their concerns about playing without injured quarterback Aaron Rodgers. The coach said Sunday's starter, Seneca Wallace, improved quite a bit during the week of practice. He said Rodgers prepared for Sunday's game as if he was playing, and Wallace was right next to him. In the coach's words, "We'll be successful."