Duane Brown active, Ziggy Ansah out for Seahawks

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The Seahawks will have left tackle Duane Brown in the lineup for Sunday’s game in Green Bay.

Brown hasn’t played since Week 15 due to a knee injury and was listed as questionable for this game, but he’s active agaianst the Packers. George Fant had been playing in Brown’s place and is also active after being listed as questionable on Friday.

While the two tackles are in the lineup, left guard Mike Iupati is out again with a neck injury. Jamarco Jones has been playing in his place.

Defensive end Ziggy Ansah is also out for the Seahawks. He hurt his neck last weekend. Wide receiver John Ursua, tackle Chad Wheeler, defensive end L.J. Collier, safety Marquise Blair and guard Kyle Fuller round out the inactives.

An illness has been making its way around the Packers recently and it led the team to add right tackle Bryan Bulaga to the injury report as questionable to play. He’s active along with defensive tackle Kenny Clark, who has been dealing with a back injury.

Tackle John Leglue, wide receiver Ryan Grant, running back Dexter Williams, cornerback Ka’Dar Hollman, fullback Danny Vitale and cornerback Josh Jackson are inactive for Green Bay.

11 responses to “Duane Brown active, Ziggy Ansah out for Seahawks

  1. If Russell Wilson had as good of a team around him as Aaron Rodgers, this game wouldn’t even be close. As it stands, I think it will be close. Last person with the ball gets a shot to win. I wouldn’t be surprised if Wilson pulls this one out tho!

  2. “…Russell Wilson had as good of a team around him as Aaron Rodgers, this game wouldn’t even be close. As it stands, I think it will be close. Last person with the ball gets a shot to win. I wouldn’t be surprised if Wilson pulls this one out tho!”

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    Who.

  3. thefiesty1 says “Zingy should have stayed in Detroit! A loser’s mentality!”

    That’s lame. first, his (nick)name is “Ziggy”, not “Zingy”.

    Secondly, he’s injured. Is he injured a lot? yep. Does that make him a “loser”. Hardly. It was a gamble by the Hawks hoping he could be healthy enough, but it didn’t pan out. When healthy, he’s a monster sack guy.

  4. Slight edge Packers. They have the better DF, better OL, and better RB while the Hawks have a more experienced coaching staff, better secondary and Special Teams overall (though KR is a wash). Packers DF should be able pressure Wilson, but Wilson DOES have the stuff and WR to make plays if he has time.

    Crystal Ball says: Pack: 23 Seattle 17

  5. packerbacker1965 says:
    January 12, 2020 at 5:30 pm
    I expect that the NFL will continue to use the refs against the packers.
    Will see.

    yeah, thats whats been going on at lambeau….good lord, bet packers get all of 1 or 2 penalties for maybe 10 yards

  6. Rodgers played against the Super Bowl teams in Seattle, and he almost won both games. One game was lost because of some improbable catches late in the game when Green Bay had the lead, and a recovered onside kick, and the other one was because of a questionable call by a substitute ref when the regular refs were on strike. In contrast, Russell Wilson has not won a single game in Mr. Rodgers neighborhood, going 0-3. People who think that Seattle will upset Green Bay are hallucinating.

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