Woodson, who turned 35 Friday, is being held to only one day of practice each week because of recurring foot and knee soreness. Woodson had limited work in Friday's practice, as did Driver.
Matthews hasn't practiced all week because of his injury.
"Clay Matthews' medical situation is based on the treatment that he's received earlier in the week," McCarthy said. "With the treatment, it's best that he does not practice."
Defensive end John Abraham showed up on the Falcons' injury report Friday for the first time this week, listed as questionable with a hip ailment after being limited in practice. The Falcons also listed defensive tackle Jonathan Babineaux (knee) as questionable and ruled out starting center Todd McClure, who missed practice all week after suffering a knee injury last week against the Seattle Seahawks.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.