Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll went on KIRO on Friday morning and gave a solid endorsement for the health of receiver Doug Baldwin, saying that he does expect his star pass catcher to return on Sunday in time to play the Arizona Cardinals.
During his weekly interview with @DoriMonsonShow on @KIRORadio, Pete Carroll indicates #Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin will be ready to go Sunday vs Cards: "He looked great (in practice), he looked great. He was explosive... we're really excited for him to play in this game."— Stacy Jo Rost (@StacyRost) September 28, 2018
“[Baldwin] looked great (in practice), he looked great” Carroll said. “He was explosive... we’re really excited for him to play in this game.”
The Seahawks official injury report won’t come out until later on Friday, but hopefully if Baldwin is listed as a full participant, that’s enough to believe that he will be good to go in two days. Baldwin entered the season with an injured knee and told the media at the time that he likely would not be at 100-percent all season long. He then sprained the MCL in his other knee in Week 1 and has missed the last two games.