The Seattle Seahawks and Indianapolis Colts will square off for what should be an interesting game tomorrow afternoon at 1:00 p.m. ET. Below are the injury reports for both teams, as well as some notes on the injuries.
RB Ahmad Bradshaw (neck)- Bradshaw’s injury is much more severe than once thought, and the Colts are going to give Bradshaw’s neck a few more weeks to heal up. If it doesn’t get better on its own, then Bradshaw will have to undergo season-ending surgery.
SS LaRon Landry (ankle)- The Colts offseason signing hasn’t played since Week 2, and that’s a shame given how well he was playing. He will be back in Week 6.
DL Ricky Jean-Francois (groin)- Another offseason signing on defense, RJF is also set to return in Week 6.
OLB Bjoern Werner (foot)
RB Stanley Havili (ankle)- Out 4-6 weeks
CB Vontae Davis (foot)
G Hugh Thornton (shoulder)
S Delano Howell (toe)
RT Breno Giacomini (knee)- He’ll be out for a few weeks after getting clean-up surgery on his knee.
RB Spencer Ware (ankle)
CB Jeremy Lane (hamstring)
TE Zach Miller (hamstring)- He suffered the injury during practice this week.
C Max Unger (upper arm)
DE Michael Bennett (back)- Thank goodness his back injury isn’t as severe as it looked in practice, and the Seahawks top-notch DE is a full-go for Sunday’s game. He is a disruptive pass rusher, an excellent run defender as a 4-3 DE, and he was an absolute steal in free agency (the Seahawks are probably thanking the Buccaneers profusely for their boneheaded decision to not even try and keep him).
DT Brandon Mebane (knee)
CB Walter Thurmond (shoulder)
LB K.J. Wright (shoulder)
RB Marshawn Lynch (not injury related)
DE Chris Clemons (not injury related)
DT Jordan Hill (biceps)
S Jeron Johnson (hamstring)