Seahawks could get several players back for Week 4
Most 12s know that safety Jamal Adams is expected to return for Monday Night Football. Adams should practice fully this week after doing the same in a couple of practices last week. He hasn't played since Week 1 of 2022, but a healthy Adams can make a great impact on Seattle's pass rush and also help crunch the run when he plays in the box. So far, Seattle hasn't struggled against the run as they did in 2022, but having Adams back simply adds another level of potential excellence.
Pro Bowl cornerback Riq Woolen also a good chance of returning after leaving early in Week 2 and missing Seattle's victory over the Carolina Panthers in Week 3. Woolen is dealing with a chest and shoulder injury and coach Pete Carroll just wants to make sure Woolen is moving well enough to play. The Giants aren't exactly loaded with great receivers, but Woolen was missed a bit against the Panthers and Carolina also didn't have a bunch of good receivers either.
Of greater concern is tight end Will Dissly and cornerback Tre Brown. Dissly also has a shoulder issue and missed the Panthers game. Carroll said on Monday that the team will have to "wait and see" on Dissly and see if he is able to practice this week. That's never good Pete-speak.
Brown was concussed in the Panthers game and seems to be doing OK. But Brown still has to go through the NFL's concussion protocol and that hasn't happened yet.
The Seahawks didn't practice on Tuesday. 12s might want to keep an eye on who practices Wednesday, but the team does have an extra day of rest this week since the game is on Monday and that could be a huge help.