Packers right guard Josh Sitton is active and will start in today's game against Chicago after a hip injury kept him out of practice on Friday.
After sitting out of last week's game against Detroit, T.J. Lang will start at left guard with Don Barclay getting the nod at right tackle, a move that sends Evan Dietrich-Smith back to the bench.
The Packers' inactives included defensive back Charles Woodson (collarbone), running back James Starks (knee), linebacker Terrell Manning (shoulder), wide receiver Donald Driver (thumb), wide receiver Jordy Nelson (hamstring), defensive end C.J. Wilson (knee) and tight end D.J. Williams.
Driver, who practiced all week, missed the Packers' game against Minnesota two weeks ago with a thumb injury, but was active last week against the Lions and said he planned to play through it.
Like Driver, Manning practiced on Friday, but hasn't been active for some time. Williams was the only scratch who wasn't listed on the injury report this week. Without Williams, the Packers will go with only three tight ends against the Bears.