Seattle Seahawks injury report – Week 10 ARI vs SEA


Coming back after the bye week, it look as though the Seattle Seahawks in great shape going into this weekends game at Century Link Field against the Cardinals.

A mid season bye week is every teams dream. Seattle was one of the lucky teams to receive such a bye as they had week 9 off. Coming off of two wins in a row, both on the road, the Seahawks injury report is exactly what a head coach and general manager want to see at this point in the season. Short.

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First on the list is, of course, Ricardo Lockette. Lockette was seriously injured in the game against the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium. After having neck surgery, he is back in Seattle to continue his rehab. Lockette is officially out for the season.

Feb 1, 2015; Glendale, AZ, USA; Seattle Seahawks tackle Russell Okung (76) in Super Bowl XLIX against the New England Patriots at University of Phoenix Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

Running back Marshawn Lynch was back for a full practice after taking his now regular day off, and defensive end Michael Bennett did not practice today, which also seems to be just a rest day.

The only two other names listed this week were tight end Luke Wilson and tackle Russell Okung, both with toe injuries. They were listed as full practice on Thursday and are expected to play.

Head coach Pete Carroll mentioned in his Wednesday press conference that cornerback Jeremy Lane, who was injured in the Super Bowl, has looked fantastic in practice this week. Carroll mentioned that the wouldn’t be rushing him back as they want to make sure that his knee is truly ready to go.

That’s it. With the rash of injuries in the NFL this season, the Seahawks couldn’t ask for a better report going into such an important game against Arizona. These teams know each other very well and going into a divisional game as strong as the Seahawks are, is a very good sign.