Seahawks vs. Cardinals Inactives: Tarvaris Jackson Playing, Beanie Wells Out

The Seattle Seahawks are looking to finish their 2011 season on a high note with a victory over their NFC West rivals the Arizona Cardinals. They will be relatively healthy heading into their matchup, though will have a few players inactive this Sunday.

The Seahawks will be without quarterback Josh Portis, safety Jeron Johnson, cornerback Phillip Adams, linebacker Malcolm Smith, guard Paul Fanaika, offensive tackle Jarriel King and defensive end Pep Levingston this afternoon. Quarterback Tarvaris Jackson, wide receiver Ben Obamanu and cornerback Kennard Cox will be active.

As for the Cardinals, their big injury this afternoon is to their running back Beanie Wells, who will be inactive today. LaRod Stephens-Howling will get the start in his place. Wells is dealing with a knee injury.

For more on the Seahawks, make sure to check out Field Gulls. For the Cardinals side of things, head over to Revenge of the Birds to get your fix.

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