The Seahawks released their Friday injury report and there's no surprise that James Carpenter has been listed as out after tearing his ACL on Wednesday at practice. He'll show up on the injury reports until being placed on the I.R., but past him the Seahawks are looking good with the rest of their active players.
Safety Atari Bigby and DE/DT Anthony Hargrove are both listed as questionable with hamstring issues. Bigby and Hargrove are both roles players for the team but if forced to miss time won't significantly disrupt the Seahawks gameplan.
As I told you earlier, Kam Chancellor, Doug Baldwin, and Sidney Rice are all 'good to go,' per Pete Carroll and despite being listed as probable, will play. Also listed as probable are QB Tarvaris Jackson, LB David Vobora, and TE Cameron Morrah. Jackson has been on the injury report for several weeks now with a severely strained pectoral muscle but shoul be able to continue to play through the pain. Vobora is a key special teamer that had battled a concussion, and Cameron Morrah has been struggling to stay healthy after coming off the PUP list a few weeks ago. Morrah's role in the offense should be something to watch this weekend.
On the Rams side of things, their major hit comes on the offensive line, where several sources have reported that OT Rodger Saffold has a significant chest injury and may need surgery, meaning backup left tackle Mark LeVoir will get the start. The Rams are already without their starting right tackle, Jason Smith, due to concussion issues. Seahawks defensive ends Raheem Brock and Chris Clemons just perked up a little bit.
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