The one question mark for the Seattle Seahawks in terms of injuries was the status of receiver Ben Obomanu heading into Sunday’s game against Arizona.
But after taking most the week off, Obomanu eased coach Pete Carroll’s concerns by making it through the team’s 90-minute workout today without any issues with his strained knee.
“He ran well today,” Carroll said. “He looked fine.”
If Obomanu can play, the Seahawks should have five receivers available on Sunday. Obomanu would start at split end, and Golden Tate would start at flanker.
Linebacker David Hawthorne also returned to practice today after resting most of the week with a knee issue, and he should be okay to play on Sunday.
Both Hawthorne and Obomanu are listed as probable.
Offensive tackle Breno Giacomini (abdominal) and defensive tackle Anthony Hargrove (calf), who both missed practice on Thursday, were full participants this afternoon and should be ready to go, although both are listed as questionable on the team’s injury report.
Also, Cornerback Kennard Cox (hamstring), quarterback Tarvaris Jackson (pectoral), defensive tackle Clinton McDonald (concussion), linebacker Malcolm Smith (concussion) and safety Jeron Johnson (illness) are all probable.
For Arizona, safety Rashad Johnson (knee), quarterback Kevin Kolb (head), running back LaRod Stephens-Howling (hamstring), running back Beanie Wells (knee), safety Kerry Rhodes (ankle) and cornerback Patrick Peterson (Achilles) are questionable.
Cornerback Michael Adams (shoulder) and safety Sean Considine are probable.
Seattle linebacker Adrian Moten was fined $,7500 for a late hit on San Francisco kick returner Kyle Williams.
Cornerback Richard Sherman was fined $15,000 for a horse collar tackle on Frank Gore.
And running back Marshawn Lynch was fined $10,000 for wearing his Skittles-themed shoes, his second offense in violating the league’s uniform code policy. Lynch was fined $5,000 for wearing rave green socks against St. Louis.