The probable designation is a great sign Welker will play.
Here is what else you need to know from Friday's injury reports:
- Bad news for the Panthers: Coach Ron Rivera announced that defensive end Charles Johnson will miss Sunday's game against the Miami Dolphins due to a knee injury he suffered after a taking a leg whip to his right leg in Carolina's 24-20 win over the Patriots on Monday night. Rivera is hopeful Johnson will only miss one game.
- Raiders wide receiver Denarius Moore has been ruled out Sunday with a shoulder injury. Darren McFadden will also miss the tussle with the Tennessee Titans. The Raiders will continue to feed Rashad Jennings. Quarterback Terrelle Pryor (knee) is questionable; he could back up Matt McGloin, the announced starter.
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- Indianapolis Colts running back Trent Richardson (calf) is questionable to face the Arizona Cardinals after being limited in practice Thursday and Friday. Donald Brown finally could get the bulk of the carries he's earned. Safety LaRon Landry (toe) also is questionable. Running back Stanley Havili (concussion) is out.
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- The Packers are flush with walking wounded. Linebacker Nick Perry (foot, ankle) has been ruled out for Sunday's meeting with the Vikings and defensive end Johnny Jolly (groin) is doubtful. Also for Green Bay, cornerback Sam Shields (hamstring) is questionable and linebacker Clay Matthews (thumb) is probable.