Jeff Hanisch-US PRESSWIRE
Both of Green Bay's starting outside linebackers are healthy and will play.
The depleted group of Green Bay Packers linebackers appears to be getting healthier prior to Sunday's game against the Detroit Lions. Starting outside linebackers Erik Walden and Dezman Moses are both healthy and will play, as will backups Frank Zombo and Vic So'oto.
Inactive players for Green Bay this week are safety Charles Woodson, linebacker Clay Matthews, linebacker Terrell Manning, tight end Andrew Quarless and wide receiver Greg Jennings.
The Lions will still be without starting safety Louis Delmas and staring defensive tackle Corey Williams, who are both inactive Sunday.
Other inactives for the Lions are offensive lineman Corey Hilliard, offensive lineman Jason Fox, quarterback Kellen Moore, defensive end Ronnell Lewis and wide receiver Brian Robiskie.
The Lions come into the game with a 4-5 record, while the Packers are 6-3. The Packers won both games between the teams last season. Detroit is winless against NFC North foes so far this season.