GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson has no doubt he'll be healthy enough to play in Saturday night's playoff game against the Minnesota Vikings.
Nelson, who suffered a knee injury in the regular-season finale, was able to take part in the team's entire Thursday practice.
"I feel good," Nelson said in the locker room.
It's also a near-certainty that wide receiver Randall Cobb, who missed this past weekend's game with an ankle and knee injury, will play.
"Definitely another week of rest, it will continue to get better and hopefully be to a level where I can perform at a high level on Saturday," Cobb said.
If Nelson and Cobb are ready, it will be the first time quarterback Aaron Rodgers will have all of his receivers on the field for a full game since Week 4.
Between Nelson's recurring hamstring injury, Greg Jennings missing eight games due to groin and abdominal injuries and Cobb's one-week injury, Rodgers has operated nearly the entire season with at least one of hi...