The Seahawks gave their final injury update for Sunday’s game against the Indianapolis Colts on Friday. The list, thankfully, is still relatively short. Here is a look at who’s playing and who might not.
As opposed to the early part of 2016, the Seahawks remain fairly healthy going into week four of the regular season. Last year, quarterback Russell Wilson was dealing an ankle injury after being stepped on in week one. Also, Thomas Rawls was out for much of last year, too.
Rawls has been mostly a non-factor this year, though, but at least he is available to play. The fact is that Chris Carson has simply played better than Rawls has. Eddie Lacy is also healthy, but again due to Carson, has played sparingly. Both Lacy and Rawls may see a few more snaps against the Colts.
One player who appears to be out on Sunday is running back C.J. Prosise. There is a chance Prosise could play, but he is officially listed as doubtful. He is dealing with an ankle injury and has not practiced this week.
Doug Baldwin did practice on Friday after missing Wednesday and Thursday. He is still listed as questionable, but it is difficult to imagine Baldwin not playing. Pete Carroll said on Friday, “Doug made it through practice today, did a nice job. We’ve got to make sure all the way up to game time that he’s feeling good enough to carry out a full game plan and all of that.”
Cornerback Neiko Thorpe does appear to still be out, though. Carroll intimated that there was a chance Thorpe could play Sunday, but it is a very small chance.
Earl Thomas missed a couple of practices this week but was a full participant on Friday. He will definitely play on Sunday.