The Seahawks used a long break between a Thursday night game and a Monday night contest to get healthy, as is evident on this week's inactive report, which has only three players who are out due to injury: running back Travis Homer and tackle Brandon Shell, who were ruled out on Saturday, and guard Jordan Simmons, who was questionable with a calf injury.
Among those players coming back from injury are three key starters, running back Chris Carson, cornerback Shaquill Griffin and center Ethan Pocic, all of whom are returning from multi-game absences due to injuries.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll noted on Saturday that Carson looked good coming off a long layoff: "He's explosive and in great shape. He's got fresh legs, you can feel it."
With Shell out at right tackle, Cedric Obuehi is expected to make his first start as a Seahawk in Shell's place.
Four players listed as questionable Saturday are active: receivers David Moore and Freddie Swain, cornerback D.J. Reed, and center/guard Kyle Fuller.
Also active is rookie tight end Colby Parkinson, who should be in line to see the most playing time of his young career following Greg Olsen landing on injured reserve with a foot injury.
Here are both teams' inactives:
RB Travis Homer
CB Linden Stephens
G Jordan Simmons
T Brandon Shell
DE Jonathan Bullard
QB Nate Sudfeld
T Lane Johnson
RB Jason Huntley
WR Quez Watkins
S Rudy Ford