The Seahawks came into Sunday's game against the Chargers with three key starters listed as questionable, but running back Chris Carson, linebacker K.J. Wright and safety Bradley McDougald are all active.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll indicated on Friday that all three had a good chance to play, but did say that Carson needed to work out on gameday to determine his availability.
"He's just got a little groin he's feeling, so he got through the day (Friday)," Carroll said. "He practiced every day this week, we've just got to make sure on game day he's OK."
Rookie defensive end Rasheem Green is also active after missing the previous four games with an ankle injury.
Also active is receiver Malik Turner, an undrafted rookie out of Illinois who will be making his NFL debut Sunday having been promoted from the practice squad earlier in the week.
"He was really steady throughout," Carroll said of Turner. "We liked him in special teams. That was a big part of the decision right here, (the fact) that he can jump in at a couple of places. We think he's ahead in that regard. We'll find out. We'll find out how he does but he really did everything well. He blocks well, he catches well, he runs good routes, he's tough, he showed a lot of toughness through camp and through his opportunities. We feel really confident that he can do a good job. He'll be in the rotations and ready to help out wherever we need him."
For the Chargers, running back Melvin Gordon is active after being listed as questionable due to a hamstring injury. Defensive end Joey Bosa is among the Chargers players inactive due to injury.
Here are the inactives for both teams:
RB C.J. Prosise
CB Neiko Thorpe
SS Maurice Alexander
G Jordan Simmons
C/G Ethan Pocic
DT Nazair Jones
DT Poona Ford
Los Angeles Chargers
S Rayshawn Jenkins
RB Detrez Newsome
DE Christopher Landrum
C/B Cole Toner
T Trent Scott
G Forrest Lamp
DE Joey Bosa
Pregame photos from the Seattle Seahawks' game against the Los Angeles Chargers in Week 9 of the 2018 NFL season at CenturyLink Field.