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Abe Lucas a full Tuesday practice participant for Cowboys game

It seems like Lucas is going to play on Thursday.

New York Giants v Seattle Seahawks Photo by Steph Chambers/Getty Images

The Seattle Seahawks had one more practice at VMAC before flying to Dallas for Thursday’s pivotal game against the Dallas Cowboys. If you want good news, it’s the status of starting right tackle Abraham Lucas.

Having missed virtually the entire season with an unspecified knee problem, Lucas was a full participant in Tuesday’s session, and based on Pete Carroll’s comments it looks like he is prepped to start at a time when the team needs him the most.

After not practicing on Monday, both Leonard Williams and Will Dissly were limited today. Williams hasn’t even had a bye week this season, as he was traded by the New York Giants before their bye week and after Seattle already had theirs. Dissly is dealing with a hip injury but the other TEs are not on the injury report.

It’s not looking likely that Kenneth Walker will be back this week after straining his oblique against the Los Angeles Rams. Phil Haynes is a question mark with a toe injury, so either Anthony Bradford or Jason Peters would be the one to start at right guard if he can’t go. And yes, Dee Eskridge is injured again.