NFL inactives, Week 12: Seahawks vs. Dolphins

Otto Greule Jr

Bryant, Lynch will go for Seattle. Spitler and Pouncey active for Miami.

There are no major inactives to report for either the Miami Dolphins or the Seattle Seahawks ahead of their Week 12 game Sunday. Seattle defensive end Red Bryant, who did not practice Wednesday or Thursday due to a foot injury, participated fully in practice Friday and will make his eleventh start of the season. Halfback Marshawn Lynch will pursue his fifth consecutive 100-yard rushing game despite a back injury. Left guard James Carpenter will also play after suffering a concussion three weeks ago and being limited in practice Tuesday.

For Miami, middle linebacker Austin Spitler will play after being listed as questionable earlier this week with an ankle injury. Center Mike Pouncey will make his eleventh start of the season despite an ankle injury that hampered him earlier in the week. Tight end Anthony Fasano is also active despite a hip injury.

The full inactive lists for both teams are listed below:

Seattle Seahawks

  • Walter Thurmond CB
  • Charly Martin WR
  • Byron Maxwell CB
  • J.R. Sweezy OG
  • Mike Person OT
  • Jaye Howard DT
  • Greg Scruggs DE

Miami Dolphins

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