Here are the inactives for Sunday’s game between the Seattle Seahawks and Arizona Cardinals at CenturyLink Field:
Inactive: WR Tanner McEvoy, RB Eddie Lacy, CB Mike Tyson, C Joey Hunt, LB D.J. Alexander, DT Quinton Jefferson, TE Nick Vannett.
Notes: The most notable development among Seattle’s inactives is that McEvoy, who wasn’t listed on the injury report, sits out for the first time this year, with receiver David Moore taking his place for his first ever NFL game. Tight end Luke Willson (ankle), who was listed as questionable, will play, but fellow tight end Vannett (back) won’t play after being listed as questionable. That means tight end Tyrone Swoopes, just elevated from the practice squad Saturday, is active. Lacy is a healthy scratch for the second straight week. Alexaner (concussion) was already ruled out, while defensive tackle Nazair Jones (ankle) was placed on injured reserve Saturday, meaning his season is over. Linebacker Bobby Wagner (hamstring) and guard Luke Joeckel (foot) were both listed as questionable, but Seattle coach Peter Carroll said Friday both were good to go, and they’re both active.
Inactive: QB Matt Barkley, WR Chad Williams, LB Edmond Robinson, LB Josh Bynes, OL Maz Tuerk, TE Gabe Holmes, DL Xavier Williams.
Notes: Arizona’s starters who were listed as questionable, guard Earl Watford (ankle), running back Kerwynn Williams (quadriceps, ribs, back) and tight end Troy Niklas (ankle), are active, and the only player who sits out injured for the Cardinals is back-up linebacker Bynes (ankle). However, that doesn’t mean Arizona is healthy as the Cardinals have a lengthy list of players on injured reserve, including star running backs David Johnson (wrist) and Adrian Peterson (neck), No. 1 quarterback Carson Palmer (arm) and pass-rushing linebacker Markus Golden (knee).