Cardinals running back Andre Ellington (toe) is expected to return to action on Sunday when Arizona hosts the Green Bay Packers. Head coach Bruce Arians also said it would be the same for everyone else labeled “questionable,” according to NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport.

Ellington last played in a Week 12 victory over the 49ers. The third-year back out of Clemson has rushed for three touchdowns and 247 yards on just 36 carries this season.

Here are other injuries we’ve been tracking on Sunday:

1. Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin (hamstring) is officially a game-time decision, but a source said it would be a surprise if he didn’t play, according to Rapoport. Baldwin has been on fire as of late, with 10 touchdown receptions in his last four games.

2. Saints quarterback Drew Brees (plantar fasciitis) said this week that he is playing at home against the Jaguars and he’s still slated to play Sunday, according to Rapoport.

3. Browns running back Duke Johnson (hamstring) is good to go against the Chiefs in Kansas City. Center Alex Mack (calf), offensive tackle Joe Thomas and guard Cameron Erving also are active for the game.

4. Chiefs linebacker Tamba Hali (broken thumb) had planned to play earlier in the week is inactive for Sunday against Cleveland.

5. Bears wide receiver Eddie Royal (knee) made the trip to Tampa and is active for Sunday’s tilt against the Buccaneers. Fellow wideout Alshon Jeffery (hamstring), however, will not play. Linebacker Shea McClellin is also out.

6. Texans quarterback Brian Hoyer remains in concussion protocol and is inactive, meaning Brandon Weeden will start Sunday against the Titans.

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