Sunday afternoon the Seattle Seahawks host the Baltimore Ravens and All Pro safety Earl Thomas in Week 7, but the big story for the Seahawks leading up to the game has been the injuries to the offensive and defensive lines. The Hawks were without both Duane Brown and D.J. Fluker in Week 6 against the Cleveland Browns, with a third opening weekend starter, Ethan Pocic, already on injured reserve.
For the matchup with the Ravens, Brown is once again inactive, while Fluker appears set to suit up.
Seahawks inactives vs. the Ravens pic.twitter.com/xCbMTlvoc3— Seahawks PR (@seahawksPR) October 20, 2019
We’ll see whether Fluker starts, and if not how much he plays against the Ravens defensive line.
The inactives for Seattle for the game are:
- John Ursua,
- Gary Jennings,
- Bradley McDougald,
- Duane Brown,
- Ziggy Ansah,
- Jordan Roos and
- Lano Hill.
So, this will give the team yet another opportunity to see what some of the less experienced players are able to do, but that may not be a great thing against the team currently sitting in first place in the AFC North.