Seahawks vs Lions Wild Card Inactives

Only two Seahawks, C.J. Prosise and Tony McDaniel, are inactive due to injury for Saturday night's Wild Card game against Detroit.


The Seahawks and Lions will face off soon in the Wild Card round of the playoffs, and as expected, the Seahawks are only missing two players on their 53-man roster due to injury—running back C.J. Prosise, who remains sidelined with a shoulder injury, and defensive tackle Tony McDaniel, who is out with a concussion sustained in last week's game.

Prosise, who has been out since fracturing his scapula in Seattle's Week 11 win over Philadelphia, has a chance to get back for the Divisional round if the Seahawks advance, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said, and the rookie back went through a workout before the game on the field, running and catching passes.

With McDaniel out, defensive tackle John Jenkins is active for the first time since appearing in consecutive games in Week 11 and 12 after signing with the Seahawks.

As expected, Devin Hester is active after signing earlier this week, and is expected to handle kickoff- and punt-return duties.

The Seahawks are making one change in their offensive line depth, with Bradley Sowell active instead of rookie Rees Odhiambo. Sowell had been inactive the past two games since Garry Gilliam took back the starting job at right tackle, with Odhiambo playing occasionally as a sixth lineman in heavy packages.

For the Lions, right tackle Riley Reiff is inactive after being listed as questionable Friday because of a hip injury. The Lions are also missing starting center Travis Swanson due to a concussion.  

Here are the inactives for both teams:

Seattle Seahawks

WR Kasen Williams

RB C.J. Prosise,

RB Terrence Magee

LB Ronald Powell

G Rees Odhiambo

TE Nick Vannett

DT Tony McDaniel

Detroit Lions

QB Jake Rudock

WR Jace Billingsley

CB Alex Carter

FB Michael Burton

LB Antwione Williams

C Travis Swanson

T Riley Reiff

Check out some pregame photos from the Wild Card Round, Seahawks vs Lions at CenturyLink Field.

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