Hollister and Humphries are both officially listed as questionable for Sunday. Humphries has not played since Week 13, and it isn’t clear how large his role would be if he returns. He totaled just 6 targets his final three games before getting hurt, down significantly from earlier in the season. Hollister will function mainly as a special teams player.
McCoy and Moore were limited in practice Friday and are officially questionable for Sunday, as they’re both fighting off an illness this week. Moore will be the backup QB if healthy, while McCoy would likely have a limited role as the third RB.
Kelce will play Sunday, as expected. He had been limited this week in practice but never actually at risk of not playing Sunday.
Kittle practiced fully Thursday, removing any doubt about his availability for Sunday. The elite TE will fill his normal role as a key piece of the 49ers’ offense.
Allison was limited Thursday after sitting out Wednesday, while Lazard was limited for the second straight day. They both appear likely to play. Grant practiced fully after sitting out Wednesday for a personal reason, and he will be available Sunday.
Hollister was limited Thursday after practicing fully Wednesday, putting his status in question. Humphries was limited once again, appearing to be on track to return.
Kittle did not practice Wednesday, although he was reportedly walking in the locker room without a limp. It seems highly unlikely this injury keeps him out Sunday, but he is worth monitoring the rest of the week.
Humphries took a step towards returning to the field, getting a limited practice in Wednesday. He has not played since Week 13. Hollister should be healthy enough to play this week, practicing fully Wednesday.
Kelce was limited in practice Wednesday. He is not at risk of missing Sunday’s game, and he will be an elite option as usual.
Lazard was limited Wednesday but is still on track to play this week. Allison and Grant will both need to be monitored. Neither are likely to be out this week, but illnesses and personal issues can sometimes linger longer than expected.
Mostert was bothered by a calf cramp during the 49ers’ previous game. However, there aren’t expected to be any lingering effects, and Mostert should be a full participant this week.
The Packers will have one of their best offensive lineman against the Seahawks this afternoon. Bulaga popped up on the injury report later in the week, but will push through his illness. His presence on the field is a boost for the running game as well as pass protection against Jadeveon Clowney and the Seahawks’ front seven.
The Chiefs star defensive lineman is unable to play today because of calf and knee ailments. The team was optimistic he would be able to go, but he was spotted wearing a knee brace on his right knee during warmups and is inactive. The Chiefs won’t be able to pressure Deshaun Watson as easily and Carlos Hyde will likely have some bigger holes to run through without Jones on the field.
Dexter Williams and Dan Vitale are questionable for Sunday. Neither are likely to have a significant role in the offense if healthy, as they both mainly contribute on special teams.