It'll be another week for Clay Matthews. Make it six missed games for Charles Woodson. James Starks will begin his time away Sunday night plus C.J. Wilson and Jordy Nelson have been ruled out of the Detroit Lions game at Lambeau Field. Woodson broke his collarbone against St. Louis and while he's been practicing on a limited basis the last couple of weeks, the Packers are pointing for the Chicago game next week for his return. Mike McCarthy joked about Matthews and his hamstring injury, suffered against Arizona back on November 4, saying he's close, closer, maybe closest, but not quite ready to return. Starks and Wilson both suffered knee injuries and while Wilson may make it back in a week, it will be several, possibly the season for Starks. As for Nelson, he tweaked his hamstring actually in warmups last week and yanked it again on a 10 yard sideline catch in the first quarter, his only grab of the Minnesota game. That's not expected to be a long term rehab. Defensive end Mike Neal is listed as doubtful with a bad shoulder and T.J. Lang is questionable with an ankle sprain. McCarthy said with the game on Sunday night, they'll try and do everything possible to get them on the field but rookie Don Barclay is expected to start at right tackle after getting all the practice snaps this week. Rookie Terrell Manning remains questionable after missing a couple of games while Donald Driver (thumb), Jeff Saturday (foot) and Sam Shields (ankle) are all listed as probable. It will be the first game in nearly two months for Shields.