GLENDALE, Ariz.—The Seahawks will be without two of their offensive starters who were listed as questionable for Sunday's game at Arizona, as tight end Will Dissly and right guard Gabe Jackson are both inactive.
Linebacker Carlos Dunlap II, however, is active after also being listed as questionable due to an ankle injury suffered in last week's game.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said Dissly, who injured his heel last week, and Jackson, who has been managing a knee injury for several weeks, would be game-day decisions, though neither was able to practice all week.
With Jackson out, Carroll said Phil Haynes is likely to start for a second week in a row after starting for Damien Lewis, who returned from the COVID-19 list this week, at left guard last week. The Seahawks signed tight end Tyler Mabry from the practice squad Saturday, which will give them extra depth there behind Gerald Everett and Colby Parkinson.
Also out due to injury after being ruled out Friday are linebacker Bobby Wagner, cornerback John Reid and right tackle Brandon Shell, who was then placed on injured reserve Sunday.
Among those active for the Seahawks are four practices quad players who were activated for the game: receiver Cody Thompson, cornerback Mike Jackson and safety Josh Jones, who are COVID-19 replacements, and receiver Aaron, who was a standard practice squad elevation.
The Cardinals will be without one of their top two running backs in Chase Edmonds, who was ruled out on Friday, but starter James Conner, who was listed as questionable Friday, is active.
Here are the inactives for both teams:
- QB Jacob Eason
- CB John Reid
- LB Bobby Wagner
- G Gabe Jackson
- TE Will Dissly
- RB Chase Edmonds
- WR Rondale Moore
- QB Trace McSorley
- CB Marco Wilson
- OL Joshua Miles
- TE Demetrius Harris
- DL Jordan Phillips