There are no surprises on the final injury report for Saturday’s Seattle-Carolina playoff game.
Safety Jeron Johnson is listed as out with a dislocated elbow, while tight end Tony Moeaki is listed as questionable with a calf strain suffered this week in practice.
Everybody else for the Seahawks is probable or better, meaning 51 of the players on the 53-man active roster are ready to go.
That could create a couple of tough calls for who to have on the 46-man gameday roster, but that’s something of a luxury to have this time of year.
If Moeaki can’t play Seattle should still be okay at tight end with Luke Willson and an again-healthy Cooper Helfet.
As for Carolina, the Panthers listed DT Star Lotulelei out with a foot injury suffered in last week’s win over Arizona.
Four players were listed as questionable —S Thomas DeCoud (hamstring), WR Philly Brown (shoulder), LB A.J. Klein (ankle) and CB Melvin White (ankle).
However, White and Klein were listed as full participants in Friday’s practice while DeCoud and Brown were limited.
Questionable officially means a 5-50 chance to play.
Everyone else on Carolina’s roster is expected to play.