The Seahawks will head to Arizona this weekend with most of their 53-man roster available, including center Austin Blythe, who left last week's game with a knee injury, as well as linebacker and special teams captain Nick Bellore, who missed last week's game with a concussion.
The Seahawks will not, however, be completely at full strength. Outside linebacker Darrell Taylor, whose three sacks are tied for second most on the team, has been ruled out due a groin injury, and No. 3 receiver Marquise Goodwin has been ruled out, also with a groin injury.
Goodwin, who has eight catches and two touchdowns in the past two games, didn't leave last week's game with an obvious injury, but Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said, "He came out with something and it just kind of lingered, so he hasn't made it through it… Marquise was starting to make some noise for us and he was getting going. We'll miss him. He's got some real traits that we like out there."
With Goodwin out, that will likely mean an increased role for Dee Eskridge and perhaps rookie Dareke Young as well. The Seahawks are also hoping to get back receiver Penny Hart, who was limited in practice all week and is listed as questionable after missing the past three games with a hamstring injury.
"Penny did a really good job this week, and he's got a chance to play this week," Carroll said.
Also listed is questionable is rookie safety Joey Blount, who was a new addition to the injury report on Friday, sitting out practice due to a quadricep injury.
WR Marquise Goodwin (groin, did not participate)
OLB Darrell Taylor (groin, did not participate)
WR Penny Hart (hamstring, limited participation)
S Joey Blount (quadricep, did not participate)
OL Max Garcia (shoulder, did not participate)
OL Rodney Hudson (knee, did not participate)
CB Christian Matthew (hamstring, did not participate)
S Budda Baker (ankle, limited participation)
RB James Conner (ribs, limited participation)
LB Dennis Gardeck, ankle, limited participation)
OL D.J. Humphries (back, limited participation)
DL Jonathan Ledbetter (ribs, did not participate)
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