Here are the inactives for Sunday night’s game between the Seattle Seahawks and Indianapolis Colts at CenturyLink Field:
Inactive: RB C.J. Prosise, CB Neiko Thorpe, S Tedric Thompson, RB Thomas Rawls, G Mark Glowinski, G Jordan Roos, T Isaiah Battle.
Notes: The most notable thing for the Seahawks is that leading receiver Doug Baldwin, who was listed as questionable because of a groin injury, is active and will play. Prosise (ankle) and Thorpe (ankle) sit after being listed as doubtful and questionable, respectively, on the injury report. Running back J.D. McKissic is active, presumably to replace Prosise as the third-down back, and it’s interesting to see Rawls made a healthy scratch. Glowinski being inactive again confirms that Oday Aboushi remains the starter at right guard. Special teamer D.J. Alexander is back after sitting out last week with a hamstring injury.
Inactive: QB Andrew Luck, LB Anthony Walker, WR Chester Rogers, C Ryan Kelly, CB Qunicy Wilson, RB Marlon Mack, CB Chris Milton.
Notes: The Colts come into the game banged up. Luck, the team’s franchise quarterback, has yet to play this season because of an injury to his throwing shoulder. Luck, Walker (hamstring), Rogers (hamstring), Kelly (foot), Wilson (knee) and Mack (shoulder) had all already been ruled out, with Kelly also being a starter. Milton (hamstring) had been listed as doubtful, but safety Matthias Farley (quad), who was also listed as doubtful, is active — though it could be because teams only name seven inactives. On the plus side Indianapolis gets starting cornerback Vontae Davis back from a groin injury.