Seahawks-Cardinals injury report; Clemons "definitely has a chance."

Pete Carroll didn’t sound overly optimistic about Chris Clemons’ chances of playing earlier this week, but now Carroll says there’s a chance the defensive end plays in Arizona tomorrow night.

“Clem’s questionable,” Carroll said. “We’re going to work him out in pregame. he practiced a little bit today. He definitely has a chance.”

The rest of the injury news is as expected—LB Bobby Wagner won’t play, TE Zach Miller will, and RB Marshawn Lynch should be fine despite sitting out Tuesday’s practice.

“We just were monitoring it,” Carroll said of Lynch, who has a hip injury. “He made it through last week so he could play and he felt fine in the game. The recycle process here is a little different in this week for him. But he feels good enough and he should be good, but we won’t really know until we get out there and start playing.”

SEAHAWKS

Out: T Breno Giacomini (knee, did not participate in practice), LB Bobby Wagner (ankle, DNP), RB Spencer Ware (ankle, DNP).

Questionable: DE Chris Clemons (elbow, limited participation).

Probable: RB Marshawn Lynch (hip, limited), TE Zach Miller (hamstring, full).

CARDINALS

Out: WR Brittan Golden (hamstring, DNP).

Questionable: DE Calais Campbell (neck, limited).

Probable: LB Kenny Demens (hamstring, full), TE Jim Dray (quad, full), S Rashad Johnson (finger, full), DE Ronald Talley (wrist, full), LB John Abraham (shoulder, full), LB Karlos Dansby (quad, limited), WR Larry Fitzgerald (hamstring, full), TE Rob Housler (ankle, full).

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