While Pro Bowler Akiem Hicks returns from an eight-week absence with a dislocated left elbow Sunday at Lambeau, the Bears will be down fellow defensive lineman Roy Robertson-Harris for the first time this season with a foot injury he suffered during the Week 14 win over the Cowboys.
Robertson-Harris had a strong evening vs. the Packers in the 10-3 Week 1 loss, recording a sack and two tackles for loss, but will miss his first game, despite getting in a full practice Friday.
The Bears will have WR Javon Wims, the other player listed as questionable on the injury report because of a hamstring injury, in their WR corps, where Taylor Gabriel will miss a fourth consecutive game with a concussion. But Anthony Miller has come on like gangbusters lately after not recording a catch and playing a season-low 15 snaps in the first Packers tilt, and rookie WR Riley Ridley is active and could chip in behind Allen Robinson, Miller and Wims.
Green Bay, at 10-3 and in position to punch its playoff ticket Sunday with a Bears win and L.A. Rams loss in Dallas, will have starting CB Kevin King back from a shoulder injury after he missed last week's game, a close-for-comfort 20-15 win at Lambeau vs. 3-10 Washington.
The 7-6 Bears — who can keep their playoff hopes alive with a Packers upset, full list of inactives includes Robertson-Harris, Gabriel, Bobby Massie, Danny Trevathan, Eric Saubert, Abdullah Anderson and Corey Levin.