"We're in pretty good shape," Smith said after practice. "Tony is ahead of schedule. He practiced more today than he did at this time last week. He's feeling better.
"I think the guys will be full-go tomorrow. We're all on track. Nobody is 100 percent at this time of the season, but everyone is healthy enough to go out and play. And that's a good thing this time of the season."
In Green Bay, quarterback Aaron Rodgers was limited coming off a broken collarbone and seems unlikely to play Sunday, although Rodgers hasn't been ruled out.