Donald Driver is back.
The Packers chose to activate their all-time leading receiver for tonightís NFC divisional playoff game against San Francisco 49ers after being down in four of the last six weeks.
Driver, 37, has eight catches for 77 yards this season, but it's more likely he'll be playing special teams more than offensive snaps with Jordy Nelson (ankle) and Randall Cobb (illness) both active.
With Driver among the active 46, the Packers deactivated running back Alex Green, tight end D.J. Williams, linebacker Frank Zombo, cornerback Davon House, defensive linemen Jordan Miller and Jerel Worthy (knee), and wide receiver Jarrett Boykin (ankle).
Green's healthy scratch means running back James Starks will be active for the Packers after missing the last five weeks with a knee bruise. DuJuan Harris will still start at running back
The 49ersí inactives included former Wisconsin quarterback Scott Tolzien, recently signed kicker Billy Cundiff, running back Jewel Hampton, safety Trenton Robinson, defensive tackle Tony Jerod-Eddie, guard Joe Looney and defensive tackle Ian Williams.