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Seahawks-Colts injury report: Doug Baldwin a game-time decision, Earl Thomas expected to play

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The final injury report is out for the Sunday Night Football showdown between the Seattle Seahawks and Indianapolis Colts. As was reported earlier in the week, running back C.J. Prosise is dealing with an ankle problem, so he’s been listed as doubtful and is extremely unlikely to play. This should mean that J.D. McKissic will be active for the first time this season, and Pete Carroll mentioned McKissic’s role in the offense at Friday’s press conference.

As for star wide receiver Doug Baldwin, he did participate in Friday’s practice and while Carroll said that “he looked good today and he’s very confident that he’s got a chance [to play],” he’s listed as questionable and will be a game-time decision. Amara Darboh is expected to see an increased role with Baldwin at less than 100%.

Earl Thomas isn’t even on the injury report, so we assume he’ll be playing without issue. Thomas was held out of practice with a knee problem, and Carroll said it was just sore, so he took some time to rest.

Lastly, Neiko Thorpe is questionable with his ankle sprain but unlike Baldwin, it’s not looking like he’ll be playing this weekend. D.J. Alexander is expected back after a hamstring injury, which is welcome news for a struggling special teams unit.

Here’s the full injury report (courtesy of Seahawks.com)

Seattle Seahawks

Doubtful

RB C.J. Prosise (ankle, did not participate in practice)

Questionable

WR Doug Baldwin (groin, limited participation)

CB Neiko Thorpe (ankle, did not participate in practice)

Indianapolis Colts

Out

QB Andrew Luck (right shoulder)

ILB Anthony Walker (hamstring)

WR Chester Rogers (hamstring)

CB Quincy Wilson (knee)

C Ryan Kelly (foot)

RB Marlon Mack (shoulder)

Doubtful

S Matthias Farley (quad, did not participate in practice)

CB Chris Milton (hamstring, limited participation)