Seattle Seahawks center Justin Britt (ankle) will be a gametime decision on Sunday against the Houston Texans, per Pete Carroll. Britt was injured last week against the New York Giants, leaving for a few plays and then returning. If he is unable to go, Ethan Pocic would likely start with Joey Hunt potentially being activated as the backup. If Hunt is promoted to the 53-man roster from the practice squad, then a player currently on the roster would have to be let go.
Carroll says on radio this morning Britt to be a gametime decision but that Prosise likely won't play against Texans. https://t.co/HbLsfY5fyI— Bob Condotta (@bcondotta) October 27, 2017
That player could be an offensive lineman like tackle Isaiah Battle, who is typically inactive on gameday as is, or it could be someone from another area in case the team secretly loves Battle and does not want to lose him.
Carroll noted that running back C.J. Prosise would not likely play, meaning another missed game for the tragically unfortunate second-year player. Prosise has missed 14 of a possible 24 games (including playoffs) during his short career.