Green Bay Packers offensive lineman Josh Sitton could be back in the starting
lineup on Sunday at Kansas City.
Sitton participated in individual drills, worked with the scout team and took some snaps with the first team offense.
Sitton hasn’t played since he suffered a sprained right knee on Thanksgiving day at Detroit.
Elsewhere, A.J. Hawk has practiced all week and will play on Sunday. Desmond Bishop continues to be slowed by his calf injury and appears to be a long shot to play on Sunday.
Defensive end Ryan Pickett and running back Brandon Saine missed practice with their concussions. Mike McCarthy was optimistic about both being able to play earlier in the week.