Marshawn Lynch (back) returned to a full practice Friday and is listed as probable for Week 17.
The Seahawks rested Lynch earlier in the week, but his status was never in doubt. Lynch is a top-five running back play for Sunday's matchup with St. Louis.
Jermaine Kearse (hamstring) has been ruled out for Week 17.
Paul Richardson will start opposite Doug Baldwin. Kearse is week to week with a Grade-1 hamstring strain and isn't a lock to be ready for Seattle's first playoff game.
Tony Moeaki (questionable, shoulder) will be a game-time decision for Week 17 against the Rams.
Moeaki should return after being held out last week. He'll likely be the No. 2 tight end behind Luke Willson. Cooper Helfet (ribs) is also listed as questionable.
John Carlson (calf) is listed as questionable for Week 17.
Carlson practiced in full the last two days, putting him on track to play. He was targeted three times by Ryan Lindley last week. Carlson will continue to be part of a committee with Darren Fells and Rob Housler.
Larry Fitzgerald (knee) is listed as probable for Week 17.
Fitzgerald is averaging just 32 yards with zero touchdowns in three games since returning from his MCL sprain. He isn't a Week 17 fantasy option.
Bruce Ellington (hamstring) is listed as questionable for Week 17.
Ellington will be a game-time decision against the Cardinals. With Stevie Johnson sidelined, Ellington should remain the No. 3 receiver if active.
Michael Crabtree (knee) is listed as probable for Week 17.
Crabtree was limited to 15 snaps last week due to his knee issue. He's played through multiple injuries this season, leading to a disappointing 64/657/4 line. An impending free agent, Crabtree faces an uncertain future with the 49ers.
Stevie Johnson (knee) has been ruled out for Week 17.
Michael Crabtree (knee) and Brandon Lloyd (groin) are listed as probable. Due a 250,000 roster bonus in 2015, Johnson could be a candidate for offseason release.