Driver expected to play vs. Atlanta

 GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) — Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy says Donald Driver’s knee feels good, and the veteran wide receiver should be able to play in Sunday’s game at Atlanta.

Driver appeared to hurt his left knee on Aaron Rodgers’ second-quarter touchdown run in Sunday’s victory over Denver, and was down in the end zone for several minutes. But Driver returned in the second half and caught a touchdown in the fourth quarter.

McCarthy says running back Ryan Grant has received medical clearance and is expected to return to practice Wednesday. Grant missed Sunday’s game with a kidney bruise.

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