It appears Aaron Rodgers will have a full arsenal of weapons in his mission to take down the high-powered Falcons on Sunday.

After missing last week’s win against the Cowboys, Jordy Nelson is expected to play with fractured ribs, a source informed told NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport. Fellow wideouts Davante Adams (ankle) and Geronimo Allison (hamstring), both who Packers coach Mike McCarthy called game-time decisions, are also set to join Nelson on the field, per Rapoport.

Nelson told NFL Network’s Stacey Dales last week he was experiencing “a pain no one wants to feel” with his painful rib injury. He will be heavily protected Sunday, however, in his return.

Rodgers’ favorite target ordered military-grade kevlar padding from Unequal Technology, sources informed told Rapoport.

The Packers have a backup plan as well if Nelson’s fortunes turn for the worse before kickoff, as the team promoted wide receiver Max McCaffrey to the active roster on Saturday.

Nelson had nine catches for 94 yards and a score earlier this season against the Falcons, and this time doesn’t have to worry about lining up against shutdown corner Desmond Trufant.

On the defensive side of the ball for the Packers, Rapoport added Green Bay is optimistic that safety Morgan Burnett (thigh) will play.

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