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October 10, 2014 at 3:23 PM

Official injury report for Friday: Unger doubtful, Chancellor questionable

Seattle’s official injury report for the Dallas game is out and confirms much of what coach Pete Carroll told the media earlier (details in the blog post below).

Center Max Unger is listed as doubtful with a foot injury and OL Alvin Bailey is also doubtful with an oblique.

Safety Kam Chancellor is listed as questionable with a hip.

WR Percy Harvin (thigh) and RB Marshawn Lynch are each listed as probable. Lynch sat out Wednesday for his regular weekly rest day, and as such has to be included on the final injury report.

Listed as out are two players recovering from surgeries — TE Zach Miller (ankle) and CB Tharold Simon (knee).

Here are the details of Dallas’ injury report, with the big news being that MLB Rolando McClain is listed as questionable.

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