John Brown (hamstring) is listed as doubtful for Week 7.
He's not going to play against Seattle on Sunday night. Brown missed practice all week with a leg issue that stems from sickle-cell. With Jaron Brown's (questionable, knee) status up in the air, J.J. Nelson should see time in three-wide sets.
Carson Palmer (hamstring) is listed as questionable for Week 7 against Seattle.
Palmer was held out Wednesday and limited the last two days. He didn't have any issues at Friday's practice and is fully expected to start. Palmer has just one 300-plus yard game this year and will playing at less than full heath. He's not a recommended Week 7 play against Seattle.
Seahawks SS Kam Chancellor (groin) isn't expected to play in Week 7.
Coach Pete Carroll said Chancellor will be a game-time decision, but he's going to miss another game. Kelcie McCray will continue to start opposite Earl Thomas. Chancellor looks on track to return in Week 8.
Coach Pete Carroll said Jimmy Graham (knee, hip) will play in Sunday night's game against the Cardinals.
Graham is dealing with hip soreness, but it's not going to keep him from playing this week. His missed practice Thursday was routine maintenance. Graham's heath is a non-issue, but he's facing a tough matchup with a Cardinals secondary that shuts down tight ends. He's a low-ceiling TE1 for Week 7.
Ravens LT Ronnie Stanley (foot) is listed as questionable for Week 7.
Stanley practiced fully and will start after missing the last three games. His return comes at a good time with Joe Flacco (questionable, shoulder) at less than 100 percent. The Ravens will be without RG Marshal Yanda (doubtful, shoulder) against the Jets.
Martellus Bennett (ankle) is questionable for Week 7 against the Steelers.
He's been putting in limited practices, which has basically become Bennett's weekly routine. He'll be fine for Sunday's matchup with Pittsburgh. Bennett is listed at No. 6 in RotoPat's Week 7 tight end rankings.
Allen Hurns (shoulder) returned to a full practice on Friday.
He's no longer listed on the Jags' injury report. That cements his status as a WR3 Sunday in a mouth-watering matchup against Oakland's non-existent secondary.
Latavius Murray (toe) is questionable for Week 7 against the Jaguars.
He was limited all week but is fully expected to play Sunday in Jacksonville. This will be his first game back after missing the last two with turf toe. With so many mouths to feed in the Raiders' backfield, we're guessing Murray won't be a huge fantasy contributor this week or anytime soon.