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No surprises among inactives for Seahawks and Vikings

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The Seahawks had a late change in plans at running back when Marshawn Lynch went from questionable to out on Friday night due to continued issues related to the abdominal surgery that kept him out during the second half of the season, but there were no further surprise additions to their inactive list on Sunday.

Seattle also ruled out tight end Luke Willson on Friday and the rest of their inactives — cornerback Tye Smith, linebacker Kevin Pierre-Louis, offensive lineman Mark Glowinksi, offensive lineman Kristjan Sokoli and defensive lineman AJ Francis — are healthy scratches.

Safety Kam Chancellor was listed as probable on the final injury report of the week and is active for the first time since injuring his tailbone in Week 14. Vikings defensive tackle Linval Joseph is also active after missing four of the last five games with a foot injury.

The inactive Vikings are wide receiver Charles Johnson, linebacker Brandon Watts, quarterback Taylor Heinicke, defensive tackle Kenrick Ellis, center Nick Easton, tackle Jeremiah Sirles and defensive end Zach Moore. Defensive end B.J. Dubose is active for the first time in his career after being added to the roster this week when tight end Rhett Ellison was placed on injured reserve.

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7 Responses to “No surprises among inactives for Seahawks and Vikings”
  1. ducksk says: Jan 10, 2016 12:10 PM

    Vikes will lose because they are losers. And may have the biggest loser of all time, AP.

  2. stellarperformance says: Jan 10, 2016 12:18 PM

    The only inactives worth mentioning are the loudmouth “fans” from this site preferring to stay home instead of supporting their team in-person. Big talkers.

  3. ariani1985 says: Jan 10, 2016 12:21 PM

    Notice that the Vikings smoked the hapless packers to get this home playoff game?

  4. nwofolife says: Jan 10, 2016 12:21 PM

    Can’t wait to see Teddy’s little hands struggle to hold onto a frozen football today. This should be hilarious.

  5. thesongoftime says: Jan 10, 2016 12:34 PM

    If there is one thing Teddy has shown, its the ability to bounce back from a bad game. I think his little hands are going to be just fine. I think its going to be a close game, and the winner will be the team that has the fewest errors.

    With Teddy having less than a 100 yards passing, and AP having less than 70 yards rushing, the Vikes handled the Packers just fine and are well balanced heading into this playoff.

  6. goodnightvikesfans says: Jan 10, 2016 12:51 PM

    Teddy’s hands are a full inch smaller than Wilson’s.

  7. whatjusthapped says: Jan 10, 2016 1:03 PM

    Minnesota has a consistent history in the playoffs, consistently never winning even when they were the heavy favorites which they are clearly not in today’s game.

    So for once the Viking fans can enter a playoff game with low expectations and not come away disappointed.

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