Seattle Seahawks Injuries
Seattle Seahawks injury posts from initial news to recovery back on the field from SB Nation's Field Gulls
Jordyn Brooks was seen helmet-less and headed to the locker room, but it may be good news after all
Abe Lucas is back, but the Seahawks lose their starting right guard for at least four games.
Walker may miss another week, but Abe Lucas is back!
It seems like Lucas is going to play on Thursday.
A big update on the big right tackle for Seattle.
It appears the Seahawks may have noticed the same level of effectiveness from Frank Clark as fans.
Geno Smith remains questionable, but Walker is doubtful... neither of which sound overwhelmingly encouraging.
Tentatively good news for the team, as they may have their signal caller back
The Seahawks will be without one of the key members of their special teams for the remainder of the game against the Rams.
The Seahawks hold a nine point lead as the fourth quarter is set to begin, but could be without starting quarterback Geno Smith.
Walker went down awkwardly on the Seahawks’ first drive, and his return to the game is in question
While the Seahawks are relatively healthy for this time of year, three key member of the 53 man roster are listed as questionable ahead of a key divisional matchup in Lockett, Brown and Jamal Adams.
A relatively clean injury report for this late in the season, and it’s not even the end of the week yet.
The Seahawks’ starting right tackle is closer to a return.
Lucas has been on injured reserve since leaving the season opener, and could provide a jolt for an offensive line that has struggled at times.
The 2021 second round pick of the Seahawks will not suit up, while the 2022 seventh rounder will be in action for the first time this season.
Seattle’s seventh-round picks from 2022 and 2023 are available to play against the Commanders.
It’s a positively light final injury report ahead of a huge game against Washington.
As the Seahawks prepare to host the Commanders in Week 10, a pair of key players on each side of the ball missed practice Wednesday.
Seven Seahawks did not practice on Wednesday.
Dareke Young is nearing his return to the active roster.
Seattle could get its starting right tackle back very soon.
The rookie defender went down awkwardly on a tackle in the fourth quarter.
Deejay Dallas went down with an injury covering a punt in the third quarter
Damien Lewis is the most experienced member of the Seahawks offensive line, and it appears he is in line to play Sunday against the Ravens.
Not a lot of notable injuries for the Seahawks this week.
Only two players didn’t practice, and there’s nothing to worry about for either one of them.
The two Seahawks ruled out aren’t even on the active roster yet.