New Starter At Right Guard And Other Notes From Seahawks Inactives

Notes on Seahawks inactives for Sunday's game at Tennessee, including a change on the offensive line.

NASHVILLE—The Seahawks play the Tennessee Titans Sunday afternoon at Nissan Stadium, and they'll be playing this game with a new starter at right guard. Mark Glowinski, the starter for Seattle's first two games, is inactive, meaning Oday Aboushi, will make his first start as a Seahawk. Aboushi and Glowinski competed for the starting job throughout training camp and the preseason, splitting time with the first-team offense.

As expected, tight end Jimmy Graham is active despite an ankle injury that limited him in practice this week. Graham was officially listed as questionable, but Carroll said Friday that Graham had practiced fully that day and should be able to play.

Also active is running back Eddie Lacy after being inactive a week ago.

The Seahawks are missing two of their top special teams players due to injury, with both cornerback Neiko Thorpe (ankle) and linebacker D.J. Alexander (hamstring) inactive.

Here are the inactives for both teams:

Seattle Seahawks

RB J.D. McKissic

CB Neiko Thorpe

FS Tedric Thompson

LB D.J. Alexander

G Mark Glowinski

G Jordan Roos

T Isaiah Battle

Tennessee Titans

CB Kalan Reed

S Johnathan Cyprien

OLB Josh Carraway

LB Nate Palmer

G/C Corey Levin

WR Corey Davis

DL Karl Klug

Pregame photos from the Seahawks' Week 3 game against the Titans at Tennessee's Nissan Stadium.

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