SEATTLE -- Eagles wide receiver Jordan Matthews and tight end Zach Ertz are both in the lineup for Sunday's game against the Seattle Seahawks.

They were expected to play, although both were listed as questionable on the final injury report. Matthews had back spasms leading up to the game, and Ertz injured a hamstring in practice on Wednesday.

The Eagles' inactives are safety Terrence Brooks, cornerback Aaron Grymes, defensive end Steven Means, defensive tackle Taylor Hart, and offensive linemen Matt Tobin, Josh Andrews, and Dillon Gordon.

Tobin is a new addition to the inactives list. He had been the team's backup tackle for the first nine games this season, but the Eagles are dressing Isaac Seumalo and Stefen Wisniewski as the backup linemen on Sunday. Both are interior linemen, so Allen Barbre would likely bounce outside if something happened to a starting offensive tackle. Barbre, the starting left guard, is in the lineup after missing two games.
By keeping Grymes inactive, the Eagles appear comfortable with the health of cornerback Leodis McKelvin. He has been battling a hamstring injury all season.
Brooks was declared out with an injured hamstring. He is the only player missing the game because of injury.