Seattle Seahawks offensive tackle Duane Brown is active for Sunday’s divisional playoff game against the Green Bay Packers. (AP Photo/Rick Scuteri)

Seattle Seahawks offensive tackle Duane Brown is active for Sunday’s divisional playoff game against the Green Bay Packers. (AP Photo/Rick Scuteri)

Seahawks vs. Packers inactives: Brown is back for Seattle

The Seahawks welcome their starting left tackle back from injury; NT Clark is active for Green Bay.

Here are the inactives for Sunday’s divisional playoff game between the Seattle Seahawks and Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field:

SEATTLE (No. 5 seed)

Inactive: WR John Ursua, T Chad Wheeler, DE L.J. Collier, DE Ziggy Ansah, FS Marquise Blair, G Kyle Fuller, G Mike Iupati.

Notes: The big news for the Seahawks is that they get their starting LT back as Duane Brown returns after missing the past three games because of knee surgery. That means QB Russell Wilson has his most important pass protector in place. T George Fant (groin), who would have filled in for Brown but was listed as questionable, is active and available for Seattle’s heavy packages.

Not all the injury news is positive for the Seahawks. Iupati (neck) misses his second game, meaning another start at LG for Jamarco Jones. Ansah (neck) and Blair (ankle) also miss out after being listed as questionable. However, DE Quinton Jefferson (ankle) is good to go.

The Seahawks placed starting LB Mychal Kendricks (knee) on injured reserve this week, although his season ended two weeks ago.

GREEN BAY (No. 2 seed)

Inactive: WR Ryan Grant, RB Dexter Williams, CB Ka’dar Hollman, CB Josh Jackson, FB Danny Vitale, T John Leglue.

Notes: The Packers also have good injury news, most importantly that run-stuffing NT Kenny Clark (back) is active. Green Bay has been dealing with illness going around the locker room, but the two starters who were listed as questionable, RT Bryan Bulaga and DE Tyler Lancaster, are both active, as is reserve OL Alex Light.

Two players who were listed as questionable, Vitale (knee/illness) and Williams (illness) aren’t able to go.

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