Graham (knee/back) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Jets, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio KJR reports.
Previously listed on the injury report due to his surgically-repaired knee, Graham missed Thursday's practice with a new back injury, casting his Sunday availability into question. Another update will be available when the Seahawks release Friday's practice participation information.
Prosise (wrist/hand) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Jets, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio KJR reports.
Per usual, head coach Pete Carroll provided conflicting statements, first saying that Prosise has a good shot to return for Week 4, but then clarifying that the rookie will still need a cast for another three weeks. Given that his role will largely revolve around his receiving skills, Prosise is unlikely to have a significant impact on offense until he sheds the cast. It's unclear if he actually has a shot to play in Sunday's game.
Rawls will be sidelined for a few weeks due to a fibula injury, The Seattle Times reports.
Rawls' upcoming sideline stint comes after testing was conducted Monday to further investigate the lower leg injury that forced him to miss Sunday's win over the 49ers. Unfortunately, those test results deemed it necessary to rule Rawls out for upcoming action, even though coach Pete Carroll's timetable of him missing 'a few weeks' leaves some room for clarification. What's certain, though, is that Rawls' absence, which follows a season-ending ankle injury last year, should result in Christine Michael assuming the bulk of Seattle's backfield work, with rookie Alex Collins a likely alternative while fellow first-year player C.J. Prosise (hand) returns from injury.
Vannett (ankle) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game in New York, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio KJR reports.
Vannett returned to practice Wednesday after an extended absence, and while he's clearly making progress, his NFL debut may have to wait another week. However, he could serve as the No. 2 tight end if he suits up, as Jimmy Graham (back/knee) is also listed as questionable.
Bethel (foot) practiced in full Wednesday, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.
Bethel has endured a slow recovery from offseason foot surgery, which is expected to impact him throughout the campaign. Active status in Week 1 equated to 22 snaps on special teams and none on defense, but perhaps Wednesday's full showing will open the door to work in the defensive backfield. After rookie corner Brandon Williams was torched by the Patriots on Sunday, Bethel is the prime candidate to make a run at the starting job opposite Patrick Peterson, pending his health, of course.
Branch secured 10 tackles (nine solo) and one pass defended during Sunday's victory against the Buccaneers.
An offseason signee of the Cardinals, Branch has so far logged 78 percent of the defensive snaps, which ranks fourth among fellow defensive backs, while also picking up 61 percent on special teams. The multi-faceted defender should continue to receive plenty of run in a scheme that uses six DBs frequently and occasionally seven. Considering the usage and his veteran savvy, it's no surprise that he boasts the second-most tackles (16) on the team behind starting strong safety Tony Jefferson.
Butler (ankle) did not participate at Wednesday's practice and is considered doubtful for Sunday's contest against the Rams, Mike Jurecki of Fox Sports 910 reports.
Butler was seen in a walking boot at Wednesday's practice, and while he may hold snaps for Chandler Catanzaro on Sunday, the chances of him punting against the Rams seem slim. If Butler sits, the Cardinals will need to look elsewhere to delegate punting responsibilities.