Seattle Seahawks Injuries
Seattle Seahawks injury posts from initial news to recovery back on the field from SB Nation's Field Gulls
Does anyone have a spare nickel corner?
Riq Woolen and Devon Witherspoon appear set to play the outside corner spots, but the majority of those who could play in the slot did not practice Friday.
Perhaps most troubling is the addition of Uchenna Nwosu to the injury report with an Achilles issue.
Damien Lewis left the game with a hand injury, potentially leaving the Seahawks offensive line short handed.
The win over the Lions in Week 2 came at a cost, and hopefully the Seahawks won’t pay the price with a Week 3 loss.
DK Metcalf, Riq Woolen, and Will Dissly were among the DNPs for the Seahawks.
The former Michigan star will need surgery on his injured shoulder.
The Seahawks won in Detroit in Week 2, but saw several players get dinged up ahead of hosting the Panthers in Week 3.
Seahawks, Lions, and injuries... oh my.
Make it stop...
Seattle’s defense is banged up along the defensive line and at linebacker.
That leaves the Seahawks without either starting tackle in a critical, early-season road game.
It’s looking more and more like the Seahawks will be playing two backup tackles against the Lions, but at least the Thursday practice report brought no surprises.
It looks more and more like the No. 5 overall pick will make his Seahawks debut this weekend against the Lions.
After Pete Carroll earlier stated it would be a challenge for Abe Lucas to play in Week 2, we now know he won’t be on the field until at least Week 7.
After Charles Cross and Abe Lucas exceeded expectations as rookies in 2022, both could potentially miss the Week 2 game against Detroit.
The Seahawks are apparently concerned enough about the toe of Charles Cross that they are bringing in veterans on free agent visits.
Good news? Almost anything is better than yesterday...
Veteran wide receiver Tyler Lockett left the game for a concussion evaluation
One of Geno Smith’s protectors at tackle is out to start the second half of the opener against the Rams.
The top pick for the Seahawks in 2023 at fifth overall won’t start his career until at least Week 2 as they play it safe with his injured hamstring.
Kenneth Walker and Damien Lewis are, however, expected to play.