Doug Baldwin and Michael Bennett Active for Seattle Seahawks vs St. Louis Rams; Russell Okung and Kam Chancellor Inactive

Doug Baldwin and Michael Bennett are both active after being listed as questionable on Friday's injury report. Kam Chancellor and Russell Okung, however, are inactive.

It's the last home game of 2015 and the 12s are here at CenturyLink Field to watch the Seahawks take on the St. Louis Rams for the second time this season.

Two Seahawks listed as questionable on Friday's injury report, receiver Doug Baldwin (hamstring) and Michael Bennett (toe) are active for Sunday's game against the St. Louis Rams. Safety Kam Chancellor (pelvis) and left tackle Russell Okung (calf), however, are inactive after also being listed as questionable.

Baldwin, who has 10 touchdown receptions in his past four games, giving him a franchise-record tying 13 this season, was able to practice fully on Friday, as was Bennett, who earlier this week earned Pro Bowl honors for the first time in his career.  

With Chancellor missing a second straight game, Kelcie McCray is expected to start in his place. McCray had a team high eight tackles in his first career NFL start last week. Alvin Bailey is expected to start at left tackle for Okung. This will be his second start of the season at left tackle, having previously filled in for Okung against Dallas, helping keep the Cowboys without a sack in that game.

Receiver Kasen Williams, who was signed off the practice squad Saturday, is active.

Seahawks inactives

RB Marshawn Lynch

SS Kam Chancellor

C/G Kristjan Sokoli

T Russell Okung

TE Chase Coffman

DT Jordan Hill

DT A.J. Francis

Rams inactives

QB Sean Mannion

CB Eric Patterson

DT Louis Trinca-Pasat

T Andrew Donnal

OL Brian Folkerts

T Isaiah Battle

DE Matt Longacre

On Sunday, the Seahawks will face the St. Louis Rams for their second matchup of the season but this time at CenturyLink Field. Take a look at their past 18 home games including those at the Kingdome and Husky stadium. 

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