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Nick Patterson | npatterson@heraldnet.com
Published: Monday, September 24, 2012, 4:16 p.m.

Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin inactive for tonight's game

The Seahawks will take on the Green Bay Packers in Monday Night Football in a little over an hour, and they'll be playing without last year's leading receiver, Doug Baldwin, who is is inactive with a shoulder injury. Pete Carroll said Saturday that Baldwin would be a game-day decision, and he was listed as questionable. That will likely mean Charly Martin filling in in the slot receiver role after missing last week's game with a bruise lung, though the Seahawks will likely move receivers around enough that Baldwin's snaps will be taken by a rotation of players.

The Packers, on the other hand, will have receiver Greg Jennings, who was listed as questionable with a groin injury that kept him out of Green Bay's last game.

Seahawks inactive
S Winston Guy
CB Danny Gorrer
CB Byron Maxwell
G/C Lemuel Jeanpierre
G James Carpenter
WR Doug Baldwin
DT Jaye Howard

Packers inactive
WR Jarrett Boykin
S Sean Richardson
CB Davon House
RB James Starks
LB Terrell Manning
LB Jamari Lattimore
TE Tom Crabtree
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