Seahawks vs. Cardinals injury report: Marshawn Lynch, Sidney Rice expected to be full-go

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The Seattle Seahawks should be at almost full strength for Sunday's divisional matchup against the Arizona Cardinals.

The Seattle Seahawks are relatively healthy entering Sunday's home matchup against the Arizona Cardinals.

After being a limited participant in practices earlier in the week, RB Marshawn Lynch (back) and WR Sidney Rice (head) are looking ready to roll after being assigned 'probable' tags. Center Max Unger (hip), defensive end Red Bryant (foot) and SS Kam Chancellor (groin) were also given a 75% chance to play as the Seahawks look to move to three games over .500 over their division rivals.

On the glass-half-empty end, LB Leroy Hill was unfortunately listed as questionable as he tries to overcome his ankle injury. It's possible Hill sits out, too, after head coach Pete Carroll suggested that Malcolm Smith has a chance to steal his starting job earlier in the week after playing well in Hill's relief last weekend against Chicago.

Rounding out Seattle's ailing players is CB Marcus Trufant, who has already been ruled out with his hamstring injury. Third-year CB Walter Thurmond gets the start in now-suspended Brandon Browner's spot, and moving into the slot in 3CB looks is rookie Jeremy Lane with Trufant out.

For the Seahawks complete injury report, follow this link.

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