Packers inactives: Who’s in, who’s out for Week 10 vs. Seahawks?

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The Green Bay Packers released the team’s inactive players list for Sunday’s showdown with the Seattle Seahawks.

Here’s a quick look at the inactive report for the Packers in Week 10:

Who’s in

DL Kenny Clark: He’s active despite being limited all week with a back injury and listed as questionable. Having the Pro Bowl defensive lineman available is huge for the Packers front. He could play a big role in disrupting Russell Wilson in the pocket. The only question: Will he be on a pitch count?

CB Eric Stokes: He was questionable with a knee injury suffered last week during pre-game warmups in Kansas City. The Packers will need his speed to combat dangerous Seahawks receivers DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett in the deep passing game.

Who’s out

LT David Bakhtiari: The All-Pro left tackle was doubtful. His return to the field after ACL surgery will have to wait at least another week.

DL Kingsley Keke: He’s still attempting to get through the league’s concussion protocol. He’ll miss a second straight game, limiting the Packers’ interior pass-rush potential.

TE Dominique Dafney: A hamstring injury will knock him out of Sunday’s game. The Packers are shorthanded at tight end and may need to lean more on Tyler Davis as the third option behind Marcedes Lewis and Josiah Deguara on Sunday.

WR Equanimeous St. Brown: He’s dealing with an ankle injury. The Packers are otherwise healthy at receiver, so he’s inactive.

S Vernon Scott: Another healthy scratch for the second-year safety.

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