Published October 28, 2012
| Associated Press
DETROIT – The Detroit Lions have left starting linebacker DeAndre Levy and key cornerback Bill Bentley inactive against the Seattle Seahawks.
Levy was listed as doubtful with a shoulder injury and Bentley was questionable because of an ankle injury for Sunday's game.
Seattle lists reserve receiver Braylon Edwards and backup defensive end Jason Jones inactive. The team says Edwards woke up with a swollen knee and the decision to leave him out was made after he tried to go through pregame warm-ups. The Seahawks had already determined receiver Doug Baldwin would miss the game with an ankle injury and cornerback Byron Maxwell with a hamstring injury.
Detroit's is also without safety Amari Spievey and cornerback Jacob Lacey because of concussions.
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