The Seattle Seahawks injury report for their Week 4 matchup with the Arizona Cardinals is decidedly light. No one who was on the injury report this week has been officially ruled out, although center Ethan Pocic is doubtful with a back problem.
The three names listed as questionable are RB Rashaad Penny, DE Ezekiel Ansah, CB Neiko Thorpe, and perhaps most worryingly DT Quinton Jefferson. Penny hurt his hamstring in last Friday’s practice and missed Seattle’s loss to the New Orleans Saints, Ansah has a lingering back injury, Thorpe has missed time with a hamstring injury, and Jefferson has a hip issue.
Thorpe appears to be the one who is least likely to play, at least based off of Pete Carroll’s comments. Everyone else has a chance, with Penny as a game-time decision.
#Seahawks update injury report with today's practice participation. Carroll says Ansah, Penny, Jefferson have a good chance to play Sunday at Arizona. Then the coach acknowledges his glass is almost always half full pic.twitter.com/klGBxrmfo6— Gregg Bell (@gbellseattle) September 27, 2019
It looks as if Tedric Thompson is set to return to action after not playing the last two weeks with injury, although the starting FS job is Lano Hill’s now.