The Seahawks are relatively healthy, not counting the multitudes of players already on IR, as they head into their final game of the season at Arizona. Officially, right tackle Breno Giacomini is listed as questionable, and as Curtis Crabtree noted, if he's unable to play it's likely that Seahawks fans would get to see a little more of rookie Jarriel King. Also listed as questionable is DT Anthony Hargrove with a calf injury. (Also of note, it's kind of weird the NFL officially calls him "Tony", but that's neither here nor there.)
WR Ben Obomanu is probable after missing most of the week's practices, as is David Hawthorne, so they're likely to play.
It will be interesting to see how much Pete Carroll plays the guys situated lower on the depth chart - he noted in today's presser that this will be a great opportunity for a lot of players to prove they belong on this team going into next year so it seems likely that we'll see more substitution by the Hawks than usual.
Here are the rest of both teams' injury reports for Friday.
QUESTIONABLE - T Breno Giacomini (abdomen), DT Tony Hargrove (calf)
PROBABLE - CB Kennard Cox (hamstring), LB David Hawthorne (knee), QB Tarvaris Jackson (pectoral), S Jeron Johnson (illness), DT Clinton McDonald (concussion), WR Ben Obomanu (knee), LB Malcolm Smith (concussion)
OUT - T Brandon Keith (ankle)
QUESTIONABLE - S Rashad Johnson (knee), QB Kevin Kolb (head), CB Patrick Peterson (achilles), S Kerry Rhodes (ankle), RB LaRod Stephens-Howling (hamstring), RB Chris Wells (knee)
PROBABLE - CB Michael Adams (shoulder), S Sean Considine (foot)