There are two prominent Seattle Seahawks who might or might not play this Sunday against the Dallas Cowboys in the team's home-opener. Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio KJR has the latest.
Offensive tackle Russell Okung is a game-time decision. He practiced in full on Friday after being limited throughout the week. Okung suffered a bruised knee at the tail end of Seattle's loss to Arizona.
Seahawks tight end Zach Miller will also have to wait until Sunday to know if he's ready to go or not. He's missed the last two practices with foot issues.
Seattle offensive guard John Moffitt sustained a sore shoulder but he will be ready to play Sunday. Wide receivers Sidney Rice and Golden Tate are all expected to be ready to go.
For the Cowboys, center Phil Costa, nose tackle Jay Ratliff, and safety Matt Johnson will be all out of action. Click here to view the full injury list on both sides.
Talk about the injury report with Seahawks fans at Field Gulls and with Cowboys fans at Blogging The Boys.