Are you looking for the current Seattle Seahawk Injury Report? If yes, look no further. The following report is divided into three sections namely out, questionable and probable. Under each section, the injury type is enclosed by brackets and player position is placed at the end of each player name. OUT means that players under that section will not play in the next game. QUESTIONABLE means the players under that category will have a 50% chance of playing in the next game. PROBABLE means the players under that section will have a 75% chance of playing in the next game.
- (hand) Marcus Burley – CB
- (ankle) Patrick Lewis – C
- (ankle) Nick Moody – LB
- (concussion) Derrick Coleman – FB
- (quadriceps) Jordan Hill – DT
- (shoulder) Demarcus Dobbs – DT
- (hamstring) Marshawn Lynch – RB
- (hip) Tye Smith – CB
- (ankle) Cliff Avril – DE
- (hamstring) Frank Clark – DE
- (hip) Justin Britt – G
- (hip) Tyler Lockett – WR
- (shoulder) Kam Chancellor – S
- (pectoral) Bobby Wagner – LB
- (ankle) Gary Gilliam – T
- (ankle) Richard Sherman – CB
On another report, Marshawn Lynch has already started playing after missing two games due to the hamstring injury. He is listed under probable meaning he is available if could upon to participate in the game. Last Sunday, if it is something to go by then Lynch is in usual form (a touchdown plus 17 carries for 54 yards). Though he looks ok and in form, it is hard to tell whether his recent injuries will have an impact in the next few games.
Bobby Wagner will also be available to test whether his chest woes are over in a game situation. He was kept out of the game against Panthers, but the Coach is not willing to wait any longer. Being given around ten days is a short time to recover but the coach is willing to bet on it.