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Seahawks vs Cardinals injury: Kam Chancellor, John Brown are out, Carson Palmer, CJ Prosise are in

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Seattle Seahawks strong safety Sam Sanchellor Kam Chancellor will miss his second straight game with a groin injury. Chancellor has been banged up quite a bit since the end of 2014 and the team has done their best to survive without him -- they beat the Atlanta Falcons in Week 6 with Kelcie McCray starting in his place but were 2-3 without Kam in 2015.

McCray will make his second start.

Also inactive are C.J. Spiller, Rees Odhiambo (both healthy scratches), Thomas Rawls (leg), Luke Willson (knee), Quentin Jefferson (knee), and Kevin Pierre-Louis (ankle).

KPL was supposed to be the starting SAM in the absence of Mike Morgan, but will give way to Cassius Marsh and others. Spiller will be inactive so that the team can finally use third round rookie C.J. Prosise for the first time since Week 1.

The Arizona Cardinals will have QB Carson Palmer, as expected, but not wide receiver John Brown, who was diagnosed with a sickle cell trait last week. Brown had 1,003 yards last season and 10 catches for 144 yards against the LA Rams three weeks ago. Last season against the Seahawks, Brown had just four catches for 45 yards in two games, including zero catches on three targets in the first meeting.

Cole Toner, Brandon Williams, Gabe Martin, Olsen Pierre, Ed Stinson, and Xavier Williams are also inactive for the Cardinals.