NASHVILLE—The Seahawks will have running back Kenneth Walker III, as expected, for Sunday's game against the Titans.
Walker didn't practice Wednesday or Thursday and was listed as questionable on the injury report, but Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said Friday that Walker would be able to play.
The Seahawks will also have safety Julian Love, who didn't travel with the team Friday while awaiting the birth of his and his wife's first child. Their son, Noah, was born Friday, and he flew to Nashville on Saturday.
Also active after being listed as questionable is cornerback Tre Brown, who has been dealing with a heel injury in recent weeks. The Seahawks will not, however, have cornerback Devon Witherspoon, who will miss a second straight game with a hip pointer injury.
With Witherspoon and safety Jamal Adams, who was ruled out Friday, both inactive, the Seahawks elevated two defensive backs from the practice squad, rookie safety Ty Okada, who will be appearing his third game this season, and cornerback Kelvin Joseph, a former second-round pick who signed to Seattle's practice squad earlier this season.
The Titans will be without starting quarterback Will Levis, who had been listed as questionable for the game with an ankle injury. Ryan Tannehill will start in his place.
Here are the inactives for both teams:
WR Dee Eskridge
CB Devon Witherspoon
S Jamal Adams
LB Frank Clark Sr.
T McClendon Curtis
T Raiqwon O'Neal
DE Myles Adams
QB Will Levis
WR Kyle Philips
TE Trevon Wesco
OL Daniel Brunskill
DL TK McLendon
CB Sean Murphy-Bunting
DB K'Von Wallace
Seahawks staff and players departed the team hotel and headed to Nissan Stadium for their Week 16 matchup with the Tennessee Titans.