Rudy Ford is a doubt to play on Sunday due to a calf injury. He was added to last week's injury report on Thursday and didn't practice on Friday. Despite being listed as questionable, Ford didn't play against the Rams. He is officially questionable again this week. However, he has practiced all week, which is more encouraging.
Yosh Nijman seems to be the preferred starter at left tackle ahead of Rasheed Walker, but he is dealing with a back injury. Nijman missed practice on Wednesday but returned on Thursday, which is hopefully a good sign.
The Packers need Nijman this week, especially with a matchup against an excellent Steelers defensive line, including All-Pro T.J. Watt. If Nijman is active, it will allow Green Bay to move Zach Tom to center if Josh Myers is unable to go.
Jon Runyan Jr.
Yet another Packers offensive lineman is on the injury report. Right guard Jon Runyan Jr. has been limited at practice the past two days due to a neck injury. If Runyan is unable to go, second-year Sean Rhyan would likely get the start.
Rhyan stepped in for Runyan briefly last week. Notably, he got the call ahead of Royce Newman. And Rhyan was impressive, opening up a few rushing lanes. The Packers scored a touchdown on the drive Rhyan played. We could see more from the former third-round pick this week.