The Green Bay Packers activated wide receiver Randall Cobb as their one player designated to return from injured reserve on Saturday, one day before their de facto NFC North championship game against the Chicago Bears.
Cobb was also officially listed as "questionable" on the team's injury report, ostensibly giving him a 50/50 chance of playing.
The organization has made no guarantees that Cobb plays on Sunday, and it's possible they're trying to keep the Bears guessing. But it's also possible that they wouldn't have gone through the trouble of activating Cobb if they didn't intend him to suit up.
Cobb reportedly broke the fibula in his leg in Week 6 against the Baltimore Ravens. Before his injury, he was leading the team in receiving with 29 receptions for 378 yards (13.0 avg.) and two touchdowns.