The week of practice is over for the Arizona Cardinals and Seattle Seahawks and the final injury report is out. For Seattle, they will be once again without receiver Percy Harvin and they also will be playing without starting right guard J.R. Sweezy. The Arizona Cardinals do not have anyone listed as out, but likely will be out at least one starter.
Safety Rashad Johnson, who suffered a high ankle sprain in last Sunday's game in Tennessee, did not practice at all during the week and is listed as doubtful for Sunday's game in Seattle. Rookie Tony Jefferson is expected to start in his place and Curtis Taylor will back him up.
Four players -- receiver Larry Fitzgerald (concussion), quarterback Carson Palmer (ankle), tight end Rob Housler (groin) and linebacker Matt Shaughnessy (groin) -- were limited in practice on Friday and listed as questionable for the game. All are expected to play, though.
Cornerback and special teams standout Justin Bethel (wrist), linebacker Karlos Dansby (foot), running back Andre Ellington (thigh), receiver Michael Floyd (ankle), running back Rashard Mendenhall (hand) and linebacker Dontay Moch (hamstring) all practiced fully on Friday and are probable for the game.
For Seattle, they have three people out. Linebacker K.J. Wright was ruled out for the game at the start of the week. Receiver Percy Harvin is still not set to go with his hip injury. He is also out, as is starting right guard J.R. Sweezy, who is out with a concussion. James Carpenter should get the start in his place.
Cornerback Richard Sherman did not practice on Friday with a hip injury, but he is listed as probable. Only one player was limited in practice, and that was tight end Zach Miller (ribs). He is listed as probable, though.
Everyone else listed (S Kam Chancellor, DE Chris Clemons, CB Jeremy Lane, RB Marshawn Lynch and RB Robert Turbin) were full participants in practice on Friday and are probable for the game.