NFL inactive list, Week 9: Vikings vs. Seahawks

Joe Nicholson-US PRESSWIRE

Seattle wide receiver Braylon Edwards is among the inactives in the Seahawks' Week 9 game in Minnesota.

The inactives have been released for Sunday afternoon's game between the Vikings and Seahawks, and Seattle wide receiver Braylon Edwards is among the players who will sit this contest out.

Edwards, who did not practice this week with a knee injury, has eight receptions this season for 74 yards in his first season as a Seahawk. Receiver Doug Baldwin, whose status had been uncertain at times this week, will play after suffering an ankle sprain a few weeks ago.

The other inactives for Seattle, via the team's official Twitter:

Seahawks Inactives: Braylon Edwards, Winston Guy, Byron Maxwell, Mike Person, James Carpenter, Jason Jones, Jaye Howard.

The Vikings, looking to keep pace with the Chicago Bears in the NFC North, have listed seven inactives for today's game. That includes safety Mistral Raymond, who has five tackles on the season. The 25-year-old out of South Florida is fighting an ankle injury.

Minnesota listed the rest of its injuries via Twitter as well:

#Vikings Inactives: QB M. Bethel-Thompson, WR S. Burton, WR J. Wright, S M. Raymond, LB A. Cole, OL M. Asper and TE J. Carlson #MINvsSEA

Kickoff is scheduled for 4:05 p.m. and the game will be televised on FOX.

This post first appeared on SB Nation.

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