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Strong Safety Kam Chancellor and Left Tackle Russell Okung Among Seattle Seahawks Inactives for Sunday's Game at Arizona Cardinals

The Seahawks will be without Kam Chancellor again for Sunday's game at Arizona. Two starters on the offensive line are also inactive.

The Seahawks will be without safety Kam Chancellor for a third straight game because of a pelvis injury suffered in Seattle's Week 14 win at Baltimore.

Chancellor returned to practice last week, and was listed as questionable, with head coach Pete Carroll expressing optimism that he would be able to play, but Chancellor instead is inactive for Sunday's game at Arizona.

Also out is left tackle Russell Okung, who had been listed as doubtful because of a calf injury. That means Alvin Bailey will start again at left tackle, while rookie Mark Glowinski is likely to get his first start at right guard in place of J.R. Sweezy, who is out with a concussion.

The Seahawks will have defensive tackle Jordan Hill back after a four-game absence because of a toe injury. Also active is defensive end Michael Bennett, whose status was in question early in the week because of a non-surgical procedure performed on his toe during the week. 

Here are the inactives for both teams:

Seattle Seahawks

CB Tye Smith

RB Marshawn Lynch

S Kam Chancellor

G J.R. Sweezy

T Russell Okung

TE Luke Willson

DT A.J. Francis

Arizona Cardinals

QB Matt Barkley

CB Corey White

LB Markus Golden

LB Shaq Riddick

T D.J. Humphries

NT Xavier Williams

DT Josh Mauro

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