Green Bay Packers’ Kenny Clark celebrates after recovering a fumble during the first half of an NFL football game Sunday, Oct. 3, 2021, in Green Bay, Wis. (AP Photo/Mike Roemer)
DL Kenny Clark (shoulder): He was limited all week after leaving last Sunday’s win over the Rams, but his participation — especially early in the week — suggests he’ll be able to play through it against the Steelers. It’s possible the Packers will elevate Jonathan Ford from the practice squad for insurance up front.
With Rudy Ford (calf): He missed last Sunday’s win but practiced in a limited capacity all week. Jonathan Owens and rookie Anthony Johnson Jr. were the starters at safety against the Rams.
RG Jon Runyan Jr. (neck): The starting right guard missed Wednesday’s practice but was able to go Thursday and Friday. He’s tough and has played through injuries in the past, including this season. Sean Rhyan would be the expected starter if Runyan can’t go.
C Josh Myers (knee): While added to the injury report Thursday, Myers practiced Friday, so expect him to play Sunday. It’s unclear how the Packers would construct the offensive line if Myers can’t go.
LT Yosh Nijman (back): Like Runyan, he missed Wednesday’s practice after a Sunday injury but was able to practice Thursday and Friday. He started last week at left tackle, but will the injury force the Packers to go with Rasheed Walker?