The Packers almost certainly won't have starting linebacker Quay Walker against the Steelers. He is listed as doubtful on the Week 10 injury report. Walker suffered a groin injury during practice last week, an issue that kept him out of the Packers' win over the Los Angeles Rams.
Walker sat out of practice again this week and is officially doubtful. The fact he was unable to practice likely means he won't play, barring something dramatic in the next two days.
Green Bay will miss its leading tackler, but Matt LaFleur will be encouraged by Isaiah McDuffie's performance last week. McDuffie was outstanding against the Rams, and the Packers will have confidence in him starting alongside De'Vondre Campbell this week.
The Packers could be without their starting center this week. Josh Myers was added to the injury report on Thursday, which is never a good sign. He is dealing with a knee issue.
However, Myers did practice on Friday and is listed as questionable on the injury report. That gives him a chance to play against the Steelers.
It will be interesting to see how Matt LaFleur reshuffles the line if Myers can't go. Zach Tom stepped in at center when Myers missed snaps against the Denver Broncos. That could be the way to go this week, with Rasheed Walker playing left tackle and Yosh Nijman on the right side. However, that depends on Nijman's availability (more on that shortly).