Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch practiced for a second straight day on Friday, and is listed as questionable on the team’s injury report for Sunday’s game at Arizona because of back spasms.
Seattle head coach Pete Carroll said he won’t make a decision on Lynch’s status until close to game time.
“He made it through all of the work,” Carroll said. “He looks good, but it’s still day-to-day. We’ve got to see how he responds tomorrow, so it takes us all the way to game time to make sure everything is all right. But he did do well during the week.”
The same is not true of receiver Golden Tate, who did not practice all week because of a sprained knee and has been ruled out for Sunday.
Quarterback Matt Flynn once again was a limited participant in practice with a sore elbow, but is listed as probable for Sunday.
Cornerback Byron Maxwell (shoulder) did not practice again and is listed as doubtful.
Along with Tate, defensive end Greg Scruggs (hamstring) and offensive lineman James Carpenter (knee) have been ruled out for Sunday.
For Arizona, offensive guard Adam Snyder (elbow), cornerback Greg Tolar (hip) and running back Beanie Wells (hamstring) were limited participants on Friday and are questionable.
Tight end Rob Housler (hamstring), running back LaRod Stephens-Howling (groin), safety Rashad Johnson (abdomen), linebacker O’Brien Schofield (knee) and receiver Andre Roberts (ankle).
Carroll said that the players voted for captains this week. Max Unger is the captain on offense, Red Bryant on defense and Michael Robinson and Heath Farwell are the captains for special teams.