The Arizona Cardinals and Seattle Seahawks have a couple of players -- key offensive players -- who will be game day decisions on Sunday as to whether they play or not in the big NFC West showdown on Sunday Night Football. Running back Marshawn Lynch, who was on the injury report at the start of the week simply because he was given the day off of practiced, did not practice on Friday after he suffered n abdominal injury at the end of Thursday's practice. Lynch is questionable for the game, but Seattle head coach Pete Carroll expects him to play.
He is the only real question mark for Seattle. Receiver Ricardo Lockette is out with a neck injury and defensive end David King is doubtful. He has a groin injury that limited him on Friday after not being on the injury report all week. Everyone else is probable.
For Arizona, receiver John Brown was limited again in practice with a hamstring injury. He is listed as questionable. He already said earlier in the week he would be fine for the game, but while listed as questionable in Arizona's last two games, he played in the first game was didn't in Cleveland, despite being active. If I had to guess, he will be back out there ready to go.
Starting center Lyle Sendlein made progress during the week and was limited all week. He also is questionable. If he cannot play, A.Q. Shipley will get the start and head coach Bruce Arians believes offense "won't skip a beat" with him in the lineup.
Everyone else listed were full participants in practice and are listed as probable.