The Seattle Seahawks released their final injury report of the week, and the news is mixed, to say the least. While the Dallas Cowboys have dealt with some injuries earlier in the season, they are generally looking a bit better than Seattle at the moment (Micah Parsons was apparently sick, but was a full go again... dang it). The Hawks, meanwhile, will likely be without some key players.
Of note here, no status for Abe Lucas, so he should be good to go, though the team will have to make a roster move to activate him from IR tomorrow. https://t.co/GAalLrMW84— John Boyle (@johnpboyle) November 29, 2023
As you can see above, Phil Haynes is out with a toe injury, so don’t expect to see him. Kenneth Walker is the bigger news to me, as he is “doubtful” and was a DNP all week. Not encouraging. Dareke Young is also doubtful, but he was at least able to get a limited practice in. Now to the good news.
Dissly and Leonard Williams got a full practice on Wednesday and are “questionable,” but the participation bodes well. Dee Eskridge missed Tuesday and Wednesday, but is still receiving a questionable designation, so the recently-rejuvenated kick returner may make it back. In addition to this, Jake Bobo, Derick Hall, Abe Lucas, and Anthony Bradford are all off the injury report entirely, so we should actually get to see the former Wazzu tackle out on the field for the first time in a while. Like I said above... mixed news, but there is some optimism to be found.