Week 7 injury report
We finally got a Seahawks injury report ahead of a game that wasn't too bad. No players, in fact, have been ruled out for the first game against the Arizona Cardinals in 2023. We do know that right tackle Abraham Lucas won't be playing, but he's been on injured reserve because of a knee injury, and while he is eligible to come off the list, he isn't physically ready yet and he hasn't been practicing, of course.
Otherwise, Seattle had just five players listed as questionable for Week 7, and none listed as doubtful. Of the five listed as questionable, three are offensive linemen. There's sadly no real surprise there because the Seahawks have had major issues with O-line health this season. In five games played so far, Seattle has started four different offensive line combinations. The only player who has played every game so far is center/guard Evan Brown.
Brown is one of the questionables in Week 7, along with right guard Phil Haynes and right tackle Jake Curhan. Head coach Pete Carroll believes both Curhan and Brown will play, though Haynes might not. Rookie right guard Anthony Bradford has started twice this year (Week 3 against the Panthers and Week 6 against the Bengals) and for the most part, he has played better than Haynes anyway.
The other two players listed as questionable are receiver DK Metcalf (ribs/hip) and running back Zach Charbonnet (hamstring). Metcalf is currently a game-time decision though he will probably play. Heck, if he doesn't, maybe there should be a rumor started that maybe the Seahawks sat him for discipline reasons for him picking up too many bad penalties?