The Seahawks released their final injury report for practices this week and have listed wide receiver Sidney Rice as probable for this Sunday's game versus the Cardinals. Pete Carroll noted after practice though that "he's going to play." This comes as welcome news to a team looking for spark on offense.
Rookie linebacker Malcolm Smith, a key special teams contributor, was also a full participant in practice and is listed as probable.
Guard Robert Gallery, tackle Jarriel King, fullback Michael Robinson, and cornerback Byron Maxwell were all listed as out for Sundays game. Gallery has a groin injury that will keep him out 4-6 weeks, King is working to get back from an ankle issue, and Robinson and Maxwell are also suffering from high-ankle sprains.
On the Cardinal's side, starting running back Beanie Wells, who tweaked his hamstring earlier in the week, is listed as questionable but per Cardinals' beat reporter Bob McManaman, Wells is saying he's going to play. We'll see.
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