Seahawks-Broncos pregame notes

We’re 45 minutes from kickoff of the Seahawks (preseason) home opener. Because this is a preseason game, there are no official inactives to report, but the Seahawks did announce a list of players not expected to suit up for the game:

Percy Harvin, Sidney Rice, Bryan Walters, Christine Michael, Tharold Simon, Ron Parker, Bruce Irvin, Cliff Avril, Korey Toomer, James Carpenter, Zach Miller, Chris Clemons, Jaye Howard, Greg Scruggs, and Tony McDaniel.

As Pete Carroll said Friday, rookie Jordan Hill is expected to get a start at defensive tackle. O’Brien Schofield is listed as the starting LEO defensive end with Clemons and Avril out. Luke Willson is listed as the starter at tight end with Miller still out.

Carroll wouldn’t say how much of the starters we’ll see today, other than to say they’ll play more than last week.

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