The Seahawks got out of Week 1 relatively unscathed with only Rasheem Green suffering an injury in Atlanta, during Seattle’s win over the Falcons.
Green, who missed time during the game with what was then classified as a shoulder injury, is on the team’s initial injury report for Week 2. Now, the injury is classified as a neck injury and Pete Carroll told reporters they wouldn’t know his status for Week 2 until later this week.
Joining Green on the injury report as non-participants on Wednesday were Duane Brown and Cedric Ogbuehi, while Phillip Dorsett participated on a limited basis.
Here’s the #Seahawks injury report for today. DNPs are DE Rasheem Green (neck), and OTs Duane Brown (rest) and Cedric Ogbuehi (pec).— Ben Arthur (@benyarthur) September 17, 2020
WR Phillip Dorsett (foot) was limited pic.twitter.com/cOcK4Z48FI
Interestingly, Brown is simply classified as a veteran rest day. That was the case last week, as well, but it was classified as a knee injury until he was off the injury report completely on Friday.
Ogbuehi is still recovering from a pectoral strain suffered at the end of August but should be back soon, seeing as he wasn’t placed on injured reserve after roster cuts (which would have kept him out of the first three weeks).
Dorsett, who has dealt with foot soreness since the team’s first mock game in mid-August, was inactive last Sunday as a result. Practicing on a limited basis could mean a debut against his former team in Week 2.
Heading into the rest of the week, Green’s status will be the one to watch.