Earl Thomas, Other Questionable Seahawks Active vs Eagles

As expected, all five Seahawks players listed as questionable are active for Sunday's game against the Eagles.

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll indicated that several key players who were listed as questionable on Friday should be ready to go on gameday, and indeed all five of those players, including Earl Thomas, Bobby Wagner and Jimmy Graham, are active for Sunday night's game against the Philadelphia Eagles.

Also active after being listed as questionable are left tackle Duane Brown, who unlike last week when he played without practicing all week, was able to practice on Friday, and linebacker/special teams standout D.J. Alexander, who missed last week's game with a shoulder injury.

In addition to safety Kam Chancellor and guard Oday Aboushi, who were both already ruled out with injuries, the Seahawks will also be without two defensive linemen due to injury, with both Dion Jordan and Nazair Jones inactive after being listed as doubtful Friday. Seattle's two healthy scratches are receiver David Moore, who is inactive for a second straight game since being promoted off the practice squad, and defensive tackle Rodney Coe, who was promoted off the practice squad this week.

Jordan, Jones and Coe inactive means the Seahawks go into the game with only seven active defensive linemen. With Mike Davis back from a groin injury, the Seahawks have all four running backs—Davis, Thomas Rawls, Eddie Lacy and J.D. McKissic—active for this game.   

The Seahawks only have six players on this week's inactive list because they placed linebacker Josh Forrest on injured reserve Saturday without making a corresponding move to fill the roster spot.  

Here are the inactives for both teams:

Seattle Seahawks

S Kam Chancellor

DT Rodney Coe

G Oday Aboushi

WR David Moore

DT Nazair Jones

DE Dion Jordan

Philadelphia Eagles

QB Nate Studfeld

WR Marcus Johnson

RB Wendell Smallwood

DE Steven Means

LB Joe Walker

T Will Beatty

DT Elijah Qaulls

Pregame photos from the Seahawks' Week 13 game against the Philadelphia Eagles at CenturyLink Field.

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