The week of practice is over for the Arizona Cardinals and Seattle Seahawks and the final injury report is out. The biggest news is that Arizona quarterback Drew Stanton has not ruled out for the game on Sunday.
Stanton is officially doubtful for the game and could potentially be the backup QB for the Cardinals on Sunday. He did not practice on Friday, but it was because of limited practice reps. Ryan Lindley will still start the game.
Guard Jonathan Cooper, who injured a wrist in the game against the Rams, did not practice Friday. He has been ruled out for the game on Sunday. Paul Fanaika, who missed two weeks with an ankle sprain, fully practiced Thursday and Friday and, while listed as probable for the game, will start a right guard and Ted Larsen will slide back over to left guard.
Everyone else on the injury report except receiver Jaron Brown, fully practiced Friday and is probable for the game. Brown was limited and is questionable, although it seems likely he will play.
Seattle is expected to have two starting offensive linemen miss the game. Left tackle Russell Okung has been ruled out and center Max Unger is doubtful. Unger did not practice all week. Guard J.R. Sweezy should play. After missing practice Wednesday and Thursday, he was a full participant on Friday and is officially probable.
Defensive end Demarcus Dobbs missed practice again on Friday with an ankle injury. He is doubtful for the game.
Tight end Tony Moeaki (shoulder) and receiver Chris Matthews (hamstring) are questionable. Moeaki did not practice all week. Matthews practiced Wednesday and Thursday and wasn't even on the injury report. He appeared Friday after he did not practice.
Everyone else is probable for Seattle.