Center Bryan Stork is the only "Questionable" player between the teams. Everyone else is healthy, or listed as probable.
The only change in practice reports is that safety Kam Chancellor was added to the Seahawks as limited with a knee injury; Peter King, the Seahawks pool reporter, noted that Chancellor injured his knee on the second-to-last play of practice.
Last injury report of the season. Where does the time go? pic.twitter.com/AWVynDUQtC— Ben Volin (@BenVolin) January 30, 2015
With the injuries in mind, let's answer a question: If you could take any player off the Seahawks for the Super Bowl and add them to the Patriots, which player would it be?
Some might point to Richard Sherman to pair with Darrelle Revis, but do you want Sherman with a hyperextended elbow and a potential child on the way on Sunday?
Or maybe add Marshawn Lynch to the Patriots backfield to stack the cards in the Patriots favor?
Personally, I think adding Seahawks center Max Unger would be the most beneficial. He's a premier player at the position and he's healthier than Stork at this current point- and when he's not on the field, the Seahawks offense sputters.
Who would you select?