The Seattle Seahawks are set to face off against the Tennessee Titans this afternoon at 4:05 p.m. ET, and the Seahawks are fired up for this one following last week’s upset loss to another AFC South team in the Indianapolis Colts. Below are the injury reports for both teams.
RT Breno Giacomini (knee)
RB Spencer Ware (ankle)
LB Bobby Wagner (ankle)- He’s not expected to play with a high-ankle sprain, and the always stout K.J. Wright will shift from the “WILL” to the middle. Malcolm Smith will take his place on the weak side, and another second-year pro in Bruce Irvin will start at the SAM.
RB Marshawn Lynch (hip/not injury related)- Yeah, this smells like mind games from Pete Carroll. He’s expected to play.
CB Walter Thurmond (knee)
CB Jeremy Lane (hamstring)
WR Sidney Rice (knee)
DE Michael Bennett (quadriceps)
QB Jake Locker (hip)
RB Shonn Greene (knee)- Still recovering from a knee scope, Shonn Greene was never expected to make his return this week. He should be back in the near future, and Greene is a much better goal-line back than Jackie Battle. If Battle doesn’t step up, then we could see Chris Johnson get those goal-line carries while Greene is still on the shelf.
LB Zaviar Gooden (hamstring)
DE Derrick Morgan (shoulder)
CB Blidi Wreh-Wilson (hamstring)
LB Patrick Bailey (hamstring)
CB Coty Sensabaugh (concussion)
DT Sammie Lee Hill (ankle)
RT David Stewart (ankle)
RB Jackie Battle (neck)
FS Michael Griffin (foot)
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