The Green Bay Packers haven't yet made a decision on whether tight end Brandon Bostick will play against the Seattle Seahawks on Thursday, but they're about to on Wednesday.
Head coach Mike McCarthy said if Bostick doesn't practice on Wednesday, he won't play.
The Packers will face a compressed schedule on Wednesday, holding a practice before taking their longest flight of the season out to the West Coast.
As part of McCarthy's altered practice schedule for the 2014 season, the Packers will be conducting a full—if briskly-paced—practice for the first time the day before a regular-season game on Thursday.
After practice, the Packers will release their final injury report.
Other players to watch will be linebacker Brad Jones and cornerback Demetri Goodson.
The Packers will be waiting to see if Jones can go from being a limited-practice participant on Monday and Tuesday to a full participant on Wednesday.
Meanwhile, Goodson has not practiced all week with a concussion but could return at any time.
Following practice, the Packers will fly to Seattle in advance of Thursday evening's game.
Here at Cheesehead TV, make sure to join us for our weekly Wednesday interview with Nathan Jahnke of ProFootballFocus.com as we do our Seahawks game preview, which will air live at 8:30 a.m. CT and be podcasted later in the day.
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