Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said that quarterback Tarvaris Jackson (strained pectoral muscle) will be a game-time decision. Jackson fully participated during today’s walk-through practice after being a limited participant on Thursday.
Jackson is listed as probable on the team's injury report.
“He’s ready to play at this point,” Carroll said about Jackson. “We know now what to expect, maybe more so. He practiced Wednesday and couldn’t practice on Thursday. So he threw a little bit today, and we need to see what happens by Sunday. … I don’t know until we get there.
“So we’re going to keep our fingers crossed. We’d love to have him going, and he’d love to play. And if it’s even close, he’s going to tell me he can. And so we’ve just got to evaluate it as we go. We’ll watch him throw during pregame and make sure he’s right.”
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Carroll said defensive tackle Alan Branch (knee/hip) and tight end Cameron Morrah (toe/knee) will be game-time decisions.
Both players did not practice and worked on the side with trainers today. If Branch can’t go, then Clinton McDonald will get the start at defensive tackle. And the Seahawks likely will go with just Anthony McCoy and Zach Miller at tight end if Morrah can’t play.
Receiver Sidney Rice returned to practice on Friday after sitting out Thursday with a foot issue, and will play on Sunday. He's listed as probable.
“He needed a little break yesterday, so we did that,” Carroll said. “But he came back and practiced today.”
Receiver Mike Williams (hamstring) fully participated in practice today and should be available on Sunday.
Linebacker David Vobora did not practice because of a calf issue and also will be a game-time decision.
Linebacker Leroy Hill (knee) and safety Kam Chancellor (knee) both fully participated in practice and are listed as probable for Sunday.
For Dallas, cornerback Mike Williams (hamstring) and running back Felix Jones (ankle) did not practice and are out.
Linebacker Sean Lee (wrist) did not practice and is doubtful.
Punter Mat McBriar (left foot) and offensive lineman Kyle Kosier (foot) were limited participants in practice and are questionable.
And quarterback Tony Romo (ribs) was a full participant in practice and is probable.