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Duane Brown Active For Monday Night's Game vs Atlanta Falcons

Left tackle Duane Brown is active for Monday night's game vs. Atlanta. Jarran Reed, also listed as questionable, won't play.

SEATTLE—Despite being unable to practice this week due to an ankle injury, left tackle Duane Brown is active for the Seahawks for their Monday Night Football game against the Atlanta Falcons. That's good news for a line looking to keep in check a dangerous Falcons pass rush, which includes Adrian Clayborn, who had six sacks last week while working against a backup left tackle.

Brown, who left last week's game with an ankle injury, was held out of practice all week, but Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said he would be a gameday decision, and after Carroll, offensive line coach/assistant head coach Tom Cable and athletic trainers watched Brown go through a rigorous pregame workout, it was decided he was ready to go.  

The news isn't as good for Jarran Reed, who was also listed as questionable and who is inactive. Seattle's other injury-related inactives were all ruled out ahead of time: safety Kam Chancellor, linebacker Michael Wilhoite, and guard Luke Joeckel.

Running back Mike Davis, who was promoted off of the practice squad earlier in the week, is active, and with Eddie Lacy back from a groin injury, Thomas Rawls is inactive.

Also of note, cornerback Byron Maxwell is active after signing with the Seahawks earlier this week.

Here are the inactives for both teams:

Seattle Seahawks

S Kam Chancellor

RB Thomas Rawls

LB Michael Wilhoite

G Luke Joeckel

DT Jarran Reed

DT Garrison Smith

DE Quinton Jefferson

Atlanta Falcons

WR Nick Williams

S Sharrod Neasman

RB Devonta Freeman

CB Blidi Wreh-Wilson

LB Duke Riley

G Sesan Harlow

T Austin Pasztor

Pregame photos from the Seahawks' Week 11 game against the Atlanta Falcons at CenturyLink Field.

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