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Dallas Cowboys: Inactives revealed for Week 13 vs Seattle Seahawks

Nikki Chavanelleby:Nikki Chavanelle11/30/23


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The 8-3 Dallas Cowboys welcome the 6-5 Seattle Seahawks to AT&T Stadium for a primetime Thursday Night Football matchup tonight. Dallas is riding high from a Thanksgiving Day takedown of the Washington Commanders. Meanwhile, the Seahawks are seeking to snap a two-game losing streak after games against the Rams and 49ers.

The Cowboys have the No. 1 scoring offense (31.5 ppg) in the league through Week 12, slightly edging out the Miami Dolphins (30.8 ppg). Seattle is tied for 18th in points scored per game (20.8). While the Dallas defense ranks fourth in the league in opponents points per game (16.8), the Seahawks defense is 22nd (22.6).

Dallas enters the game as an 8.5-point favorite and bring in a 13-game home winning streak, which leads the league.

With an hour and a half remaining until kickoff, the Cowboys and Seahawks have released their lists of inactive players. Here’s who won’t be suiting up for both teams in the Thursday Night Football showdown.

Dallas Cowboys inactives

WR Jalen Brooks

RB Deuce Vaughn

QB Trey Lance

CB Noah Igbinioghene

CB Eric Scott

T Asim Richards

Seattle Seahawks inactives

RB Kenneth Walker III 
WR Dareke Young

WR Dee Eskridge

T McClendon Curtis

T Raiqwon O’Neal

DE Myles Adams

Dallas elevates rookie tight end for gameday

The Dallas Cowboys elevated tight end Princeton Fant on Thursday for tonight’s game against the Seattle Seahawks. Fant, a rookie, is cousins with Seahawks tight end Noah Fant who is in his fifth season in the league – second with Seattle. Elevating the rookie tight end means that Dallas will not activate Peyton Hendershot for the Thursday Night Football matchup.

Hendershot is still working his way back to the field following an ankle injury that sent him to Injured Reserve. He is practicing now, amid his 21-day practice window, but it appears his return won’t be in Week 13. Next week, the Cowboys host their third game in a row, this one against the Philadelphia Eagles.

Fant made the Cowboys practice this summer as the team whittled down the active roster to get to the official 53-man limit. He was among 14 players re-signed after initial cuts. A Tennessee native, Fant starred for the Vols from 2019-2022.