Dolphins center Mike Pouncey officially out versus Seahawks

DeVante Parker among six Fins listed as questionable


SEATTLE – The Miami Dolphins will kickoff the Adam Gase era without their pro bowl center, Mike Pouncey, who was listed as out in the final injury report before the opener in Seattle. 

Pouncey, who has been sidelined with a hip injury, is the only Dolphins player who will miss the opener due to injury.

Running back Jay Ajayi is also listed as out, but his absence is not injury related as he didn't even travel with the Fins to Seattle.

Miami listed six players as questionable: Laremy Tunsil, DeVante Parker, Isaiah Pead, Terrrence Fede, Jelani Jenkins and Earl Mitchell. 

Tunsil (knee), Pead (hamstring), Mitchell (calf), and Fede (knee) all participated fully in Friday's practice.

Parker (hamstring) and Jenkins (knee) were limited in practice.

The Seahawks listed only Nick Vannett as out with an ankle injury.

Jimmy Graham (knee) and Germaine Ifedi (ankle) were both listed as questionable.

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll says Graham is likely to play Sunday, which would mark the tight end's return from a knee injury.