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November 23, 2014 at 11:47 AM

Seattle Seahawks inactives vs. Arizona

The list of inactives for the Seahawks for Sunday’s game against Arizona contains no real surprises.

The only real news is that left guard James Carpenter, out since the Raiders game with a sprained ankle, is again inactive. The team had expressed some hope that Carpenter might be back this week. But coach Pete Carroll said on Friday that Carpenter had had a setback and was questionable to play.

Carpenter did some work on the field prior to the deadline to announce inactives but obviously did not do enough to get the go-ahead. So Alvin Bailey will get his third straight start at left guard.

The other inactives are: C Max Unger, TE RaShaun Allen, CB Marcus Burley, LB Kevin Pierre-Louis, LB Allen Bradford and DE Demarcus Dobbs.

This is the first of at least three or four games Unger is expected to miss after hurting his knee and ankle last week at Kansas City.

Burley is out with a hamstring injury, Pierre-Louis out with a shoulder injury suffered against the Chiefs and Dobbs has a knee injury also suffered against the Chiefs.

That Dobbs is out would appear to mean newly-acquired Travian Robertson will have to play some on the defensive line.

The rest are healthy inactives as the team has to pare its roster from 53 to an active list of 46 on gameday.

The big news for Arizona is that WR Larry Fitzgerald is inactive for the first time since 2007. Fitzgerald has a knee sprain suffered last week against Detroit.

Fitzgerald had played in 110 straight games, the second-longest streak for an active receiver.

Among other inactives for Arizona is former UW defensive tackle Alameda Ta’amu. Here’s the full list of Arizona inactives below:

 

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