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December 21, 2014 at 4:11 PM

Seattle Seahawks inactives vs. Arizona:

No real surprises in the list of Seattle inactives for Sunday.

The seven inactive are: WR Chris Matthews, C Max Unger, DT Travian Robertson, OT Russell Okung, WR Kevin Norwood, TE Tony Moeaki and DE Demarcus Dobbs.

Matthews, Unger, Okung, Moeaki and Dobbs are all dealing with varying injuries while Norwood and Robertson are healthy inactives to get the number down to 46.

Okung is recovering from a bruised lung suffered last week while Unger will miss his fifth game with a high ankle sprain suffered Nov. 16 at Kansas City. Coach Pete Carroll has indicated there is a chance each could be back for the regular season finale against St. Louis.

Dobbs remains sidelined with a sprained ankle suffered in the win Dec. 7 at Philadelphia.

Matthews suffered a hamstring injury this week in practice while Moeaki is still recovering from a shoulder injury suffered last week against the 49ers.

Norwood is inactive for a second straight week.

 

 

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