NFL injury report, Week 14: Seahawks list Marshawn Lynch as probable

Jonathan Daniel

The Cardinals take on the Seattle Seahawks Sunday afternoon at CenturyLink Field. Marshawn Lynch and Sidney Rice are both probable.

The Seattle Seahawks have been on quite a roll in recent weeks and they welcome in a struggling Cardinals team on Sunday afternoon. The team released their official injury report on Friday afternoon, and assuming no last-minute injuries arise for coach Pete Carroll, Seattle should be at full strength in Week 14.

Marshawn Lynch has spent the past couple of weeks battling a back issue and after initially being limited in practice earlier in the week, the coaching staff had him listed as probable. Look for Lynch to receive the lion's share of the carries against a Cardinals defense that has not been great against the run.

In other good news for Seattle, wide receiver Sidney Rice is also probable with a head injury. Look for him and Golden Tate to be quarterback Russell Wilson's primary targets on Sunday.

The only player ruled out for the game is cornerback Marcus Trufant, who was unable to practice with a hamstring issue. Outside linebacker Leroy Hill is questionable with a sprained ankle.

Seattle's full injury report can be found here.

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