Here’s the official injury report for the Seattle Seahawks’ game Sunday at the Dallas Cowboys:
Questionable: T Russell Okung (ankle).
Probable: CB Marcus Burley (hand), C Patrick Lewis (ankle), DE Demarcus Dobbs (shoulder), DT Jordan Hill (quadriceps), LB Nick Moody (ankle), FB Derrick Coleman (concussion), RB Marshawn Lynch (hamstring), DE Cliff Avril (ankle), RB Thomas Rawls (calf), DE Michael Bennett (non-injury).
Notes: Seattle was hoping to be at full strength for Sunday, but starting left tackle Russell Okung turned his ankle during practice Thursday and is a question mark for the game. His loss would be a big blow on an offensive line that’s already had its issues this season. If Okung can’t go, then Alvin Bailey will take his place. Everyone else who missed last week’s game at San Francisco because of injury, however — Burley, Lewis, Dobbs, Hill, Moody and Coleman — should be available. The only player who seemed a question mark earlier this week was Rawls, but his recovery has gone well and he should be available. It’s still undetermined whether the Seahawks will activate WR Paul Richardson from the physically-unable-to-play list this week.
Out: RB Joseph Randle (back).
Questionable: S Barry Church (ankle), WR Dez Bryant (foot).
Probable: TE James Hanna (ankle), WR Brice Butler (hamstring), DE DeMarcus Lawrence (back), CB Morris Claiborne (illness).
Notes: The big question for Dallas is whether Bryant, the team’s star receiver, will make his return this week. Bryant, who’s been out since the season opener, returned to practice in a limited fashion this week and appears to be 50-50 on whether he’ll play Sunday. The Cowboys, of course, are without starting QB Tony Romo, who’s on injured reserve because of a broken collarbone. Randle, nominally the starter at running back, is out, though Darren McFadden ran for 152 yards in his absence last week against the New York Giants. Church, the starting strong safety, is the other question mark.