The injury report for the Seattle Seahawks against the San Francisco 49ers is a rather pleasant one. For starters, Doug Baldwin and Bradley McDougald aren’t on the list whatsoever, so they’re good to go for Sunday. In fact, only five players in total have some sort of injury designation.
Listed as questionable is DT Shamar Stephen, who’s battling a foot injury. Doubtful are fullback Tre Madden, who hurt his chest on that 28-yard catch he made against the Carolina Panthers, and safety Shalom Luani, who’s dealing with a quadriceps problem. Seattle doesn’t have a fullback other than Madden, so my personal solution is George Fant at fullback, but I don’t run the team.
As for two players confirmed out, linebacker K.J. Wright is still getting treatment on his injured knee, so he’s missing another game, but Mychal Kendricks will return from suspension next week, which is a major help. To the surprise of no one, C.J. Prosise has somehow managed a new injury, and whatever abdomen issue he’s dealing with has rendered him unable to play yet again. He’s been a healthy scratch in several games this year, but the oft-injured Prosise now adds to his list of ailments. With JD McKissic returning from his own injury, they could just put Prosise on IR and move on from him in the offseason.
For the 49ers, wide receiver Pierre Garcon, defensive back D.J. Reed, and guard Joshua Garnett are out with injuries, while a personal issue has led to the speedy Marquise Goodwin not being available for a second straight week.