Seahawks-Rams Friday injury report

Friday’s injury report mostly lines up with what Pete Carroll said after practice, though he lumped tight ends Tony Moeaki and Cooper Helfet in the same game-day status, while on the official report Moeaki is probable while Helfet is questionable.

SEAHAWKS

Out: WR Jermaine Kearse (hamstring), DE Demarcus Dobbs (ankle).

Questionable: C Max Unger (ankle, full participation), TE Cooper Helfet (rib, limited participation), WR Chris Matthews (hamstring, limited), CB Tharold Simon (shoulder, limited).

Probable: RB Marshawn Lynch (back, full), TE Tony Moeaki (shoulder, full), T Russell Okung (chest, full).

RAMS

Doubtful: CB E.J. Gaines (concussion, DNP).

Probable: CB Janoris Jenkins (back, full), DE Chris Long (DNP, not injury related), C Scott Wells (back, full).

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