Seattle’s list of seven inactive players for Sunday’s game against Tennessee has been released, and contains no surprises.
The most notable of the inactives are MLB Bobby Wagner, who suffered a high ankle sprain last week against Indianapolis, and tight end Zach Miller, who will miss a second straight game with a hamstring injury.
Miller worked out on the CenturyLink Field a few hours prior to the game, but obviously was deemed not yet ready to play.
That will leave Seattle with two tight ends today — Luke Willson and Kellen Davis.
And with Wagner out, K.J. Wright will slide into the middle linebacker spot with Malcolm Smith at WLB and Bruce Irvin at SLB.
Other inactives for Seattle today are: QB B.J. Daniels, RB Spencer Ware, OT Breno Giacomini, OT Caylin Hauptmann and DE Benson Mayowa.
Ware has been out since the 49er game with a high ankle sprain and Giacomini will miss a second straight game with a knee injury. The others are healthy but out.
Tennessee’s inactives are: QB Jake Locker, RB Shonn Greene, CB Blidi Wreh-Wilson, LB Zaviar Gooden, LB Patrick Bailey, OT Byron Stingily and C Brian Schwenke.