As expected, strong safety Kam Chancellor (bruised pelvis) and left tackle Russell Okung (strained calf) are inactive today for the regular-season finale here in Arizona, a preservation move for next week’s playoff opener. Kelcie McCray will start again for Chancellor, who got hurt early in the win at Baltimore Dec. 13. Alvin Bailey gets his second consecutive start for Okung.
With guard J.R. Sweezy also out with a concussion, Seattle is missing 40 percent of its starting offensive line. Rookie Mark Glowinski is poised to make his first career start at right guard.
Former Washington Huskies wide receiver Kasen Williams is active for the second consecutive week for what will be the undrafted rookie’s second NFL game. With tight end Luke Willson out with a concussion, Cooper Helfet will make his fourth career start and second this season. Tight end Chase Coffman is active for the first time as a Seahawk.
The rest of the Seahawks’ inactives: RB Marshawn Lynch (expected back with the team Monday), CB Tye Smith and DT A.J. Francis.
Pro Bowl defensive end Michael Bennett is starting as usual. He had an injection into his troublesome toe on Wednesday.