The Green Bay Packers are heading into the playoffs with the majority of their roster being healthy. But there's been a late addition on Saturday.

Just a day before facing the Seattle Seahawks, Green Bay has added cornerback Josh Jackson to the team's injury report.

Jackson has been included on the injury report due to an illness that he received during the week. The second-year cornerback had a minimal role on defense for the Packers this season. As a result, he's managed to only tally six tackles after having 49 of them in 2018.

While he hasn't spent much time on defense, Jackson is a vital piece of Green Bay's special teams unit. Therefore, it is beneficial if he's able to suit up for the Packers on Sunday night.

If he's unable to give it a go, Chandon Sullivan could see an uptick in snaps on defense and special teams. Sullivan is in his second season with the Packers after signing with the organization as an undrafted free agent out of Georgia State.

Besides Jackson, there were a few other players on Green Bay's roster that dealt with illnesses. Tyler Lancaster, Danny Vitale, and Dexter Williams were among the other players who were feeling under the weather at practice. All of those players are also listed as questionable alongside Jackson.

For the players that are sick, the expected weather conditions for Sunday's game don't provide much optimism for their status. The temperature is expected to be below freezing at kickoff at Lambeau Field for the Packers' playoff game.