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Cardinals vs. Seahawks injury report: Lyle Sendlein practices, both teams pretty healthy

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A first look at the injury report for the week.

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It wasn't the first practice of the week, but it was the first injury report of the week. The Arizona Cardinals and the Seattle Seahawks both appear to be fairly healthy coming off their bye week and preparing for a big Sunday Night Football matchup in Seattle.

For Arizona, not a single player did not practice. Center Lyle Sendlein was limited and he, as of now, is the only real question mark for Sunday. Also limited were receiver John Brown (hamstring), receiver Brittan Golden (groin) and cornerback Jerraud Powers (hamstring).

Receiver Larry Fitzgerald (ankle), tight end Darren Fells (shoulder) and linebacker Alex Okafor (calf) all were full participants in practice. The new injury is the one to Fitz. He did appear to injure his ankle on his touchdown catch in Cleveland, but he did not leave the game.

On Seattle's side, they only two players sit out. One was receiver Ricardo Lockette, who will not play this week. He is still recovering from the neck injury he suffered against Dallas. Running back Marshawn Lynch also sat out, although it was not injury related.

Tight end Luke Willson was limited with an ankle injury, while tackle Russell Okung practiced fully.