Seahawks vs. Ravens Inactives: Cameron Morah, Deon Butler Out For Seattle

As the Baltimore Ravens head to CenturyLink field to take on the Seattle Seahawks, they will be without a number of key offensive personel while the Seahawks will have a majority of their starters suiting up this Sunday. 

On the offensive side of the ball, wide Receiver Deon Butler and tight end Cameron Morrah will be out for the Seahawks this afternoon, along with backup QB Josh Portis and offensive tackle Jarriel King..Safety Jeron Johnson, cornerback Ron Parker, and linebacker David Vobora will be out on the defensive side of the ball. 

As for Baltimore, they will be without wide receivers Lee Evans and Tandon Doss, who along with backup running back Antony Allen leave the Ravens offensive depth chart a bit depleted, while linebackers Sergio Kindle and Dannell Ellerbe leave their defense a bit shorthanded as well. The complete list of inactives is listed below. 

Seattle Seahawks Inactives:

  • WR Deon Butler
  • TE Cameron Morrah
  • QB Josh Portis
  • S Jeron Johnson
  • CB Ron Parker
  • LB David Vobora
  • OT Jarriel King

Baltimore Ravens Inactives:

For more in depth discussion and analysis of the Seattle Seahawks, head on over to Field Gulls, the place to be for everything Seahawk on the internet. 

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