Seahawks with long openings injury report for Week 14

With a forthcoming street game against the humble Houston Texans drawing nearer, Week 14 is a game that, on paper, the Seattle Seahawks should win.

Nonetheless, officially inked to material is a clothing rundown of wounds, several small bunches of players that didn’t rehearse on Wednesday.

Jamal Adams is as yet recorded on the injury report until further notice, however that will before long change once the Hawks place him on Injured Reserve, as medical procedure to fix a torn labrum will end his 2021 season.

The greatest important point from this report is that four of Seattle’s five beginning hostile lineman from Sunday’s success against the San Francisco 49ers didn’t rehearse (Duane Brown, Kyle Fuller, Gabe Jackson and Brandon Shell). Brown and Jackson just had their common free day for veteran rest and got the “NIR – resting veteran” tag, yet the Brandon Shell injury will be one to watch. Should he not be solid enough for Sunday’s down, Seattle will probably go to Jake Curhan or new kid on the block Stone Forsythe to move forward into Shell’s job at right tackle.

DK Metcalf likewise keeps on showing up on the injury report because of a pestering foot injury, yet it hasn’t prevented him from getting ready yet this year so is probably not going to be anything regarding which fans ought to be concerned. However, bryan Mone not taking an interest while nursing a knee injury combined with the expansion of a 320 cautious tackle to the training crew appears to be deserving of a cocked eyebrow.

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