Seahawks Vs. Cardinals Injury Report: Ben Obomanu DNP

The Seattle Seahawks aren't playing for a whole lot other than professional pride on Sunday when they take on the Arizona Cardinals. There are definitely some players who are injured who might think twice about participating in this contest when they'd be better off resting and preparing to make good things happen in the 2012 regular season.

Chief among them is wide receiver Ben Obomanu, who has had a decent season being one of the main receiving options for Tarvaris Jackson. Obomanu has been struggling with a banged-up knee that's been strained a bit, so he hasn't practiced at all this week. It doesn't mean he won't play this weekend, but it's a distinct possibility that he could be out of commission.

Here's a full list of injuries for the Seahawks.

Did Not Practice: Breno Giacomini (Abdominal), Anthony Hargrove (Calf), David Hawthrone (Knee), Ben Obomanu (Knee)

Full Practice Participation: Kennard Cox (Hamstring), Tarvairs Jackson (Pectoral), Clinton McDonald (Concussion), Malcolm Smith (Concussion)

To discuss the injuries with Seahawks fans, head to Field Gulls. To discuss the injuries with Cardinals fans, go to Revenge of the Birds.

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