The final injury report is out for the Seattle Seahawks’ Week 4 matchup against the Arizona Cardinals, and while linebacker K.J. Wright is unsurprisingly out again with a knee injury, the defensive line took another hit with rookie Rasheem Green out with an ankle injury. Pete Carroll described it as “legit,” so we know that Green’s going to miss some time.
Two players who aren’t expected to play are running back C.J. Prosise, who has some sort of abdomen issue, and left guard Ethan Pocic, whose ankle injury kept him out of last week’s win against the Dallas Cowboys. Expect J.R. Sweezy to start in his place again.
Listed as questionable are DE Dion Jordan with a hip injury, RB Chris Carson (hip) — I gotta be honest, I have no idea what’s going on this year that has led to so many hip problems for the Seahawks — as well as safety Delano Hill (hamstring), and WR Doug Baldwin (knee). Pretty much disregard Baldwin because barring a setback from now until Sunday, Pete Carroll says he’s ready to play.
Notably not on the injury report? Center Justin Britt, who missed last week with a sore shoulder (but was still active on gameday). He’s set to return to the starting lineup on Sunday, while backup Joey Hunt is also off the injury report due to his own hip injury.
Seahawks full injury report for the week. Russell Wilson listed as full participant with hamstring that dates to Bears game. Britt, Hunt full participants -- expect Britt to start there. pic.twitter.com/CFtBibQ9bQ— Bob Condotta (@bcondotta) September 28, 2018