SEATTLE, WA - DECEMBER 1: Jamar Chaney #51 of the Philadelphia Eagles fights with Robert Gallery #72 of the Seattle Seahawks as umpire Ruben Fowler tries to separate them at CenturyLink Field December 1, 2011 in Seattle, Washington. Seattle won 34-14. (Photo by Jay Drowns/Getty Images)
The Seahawks released their final injury report for the week after practice on Friday, and relatively speaking it's not too shabby. Only tackle Jarriel King is listed as questionable - turns out his hamstring is in fact still bothering him, with Doug Baldwin (ankle), Kennard Cox (hamstring), Leroy Hill (neck), Tarvaris Jackson (pec), David Hawthorne (knee), Raheem Brock (calf), Robert Gallery (hip), and Richard Sherman (knee) are all listed as probable and likely able to play.
It's good news, in particular, that Robert Gallery is "good to go" as Pete put it earlier, as injuries on the line have severely hampered continuity there and the team was hoping they wouldn't have to further shuffle the lineup. This means that Paul McQuistan will again play LT, Robert Gallery LG, Max Unger C, Lemuel Jeanpierre RG, and Breno Giacomini RT. This unit helped the Seahawks to 145 yards rushing last week against St. Louis and they'll look to improve on that number against a much better run defending unit in Chicago.
As for the Bears, they'll of course be without Jay Cutler, and now officially Matt Forte has been ruled out as wel. This means Caleb Hanie will get the start at QB and Marion Barber as their starting running back.
Here's the rest of the injury report for Friday:
QUESTIONABLE - T Jarriel King (hamstring)
PROBABLE - WR Doug Baldwin (ankle), DE Raheem Brock (calf), CB Kennard Cox (hamstring), G Robert Gallery (hip), LB David Hawthorne (knee), LB LeRoy Hill (neck), QB Tarvaris Jackson (pectoral), CB Richard Sherman (knee)
OUT - QB Jay Cutler (right thumb), RB Matt Forte (knee)