Marshawn Lynch active, Zach Miller out for the Seahawks vs. Titans
By Danny O’Neil
The Seahawks will have Marshawn Lynch and center Max Unger available for Sunday’s game against Tennessee, but Seattle will be missing tight end Zach Miller and middle linebacker Bobby Wagner.
That was the summary of the game-time decisions for Seattle heading into Sunday’s game against the Titans.
Lynch was listed as questionable though coach Pete Carroll said Lynch was expected to play. Miller is inactive for the second consecutive week because of a sore hamstring, and Wagner is out because of a high ankle sprain. Unger returns after missing two games because of a triceps injury.
The players inactive for Seattle: QB B.J. Daniels, FB Spencer Ware, T Breno Giacomini, T Caylin Hauptmann, DE Benson Mayowa, Wagner and Wagner.
Inactive for Tennessee: QB Jake Locker, RB Shonn Greene, CB Blidi Wreh-Wilson, LB Zaviar Gooden, LB Patrick Bailey, C Brian Schwenke, T Byron Stingily.
Also worth noting is that Seattle released center Jason Spitz on Saturday, letting him go after he was the team’s backup center the past two weeks. Receiver Brian Walters was promoted to Seattle’s active roster from the practice squad.