On the Seattle Seahawks roster, Chris Carson and all-professional safety expert Jamal Adams became suspicious targets in Sunday’s game against the San Francisco 49ers.
This is just the beginning of the Seattle backcourt and middle school injury problems.
Carson’s main backup, Carlos Hyde, was listed as suspicious, and Travis Homer, ranked third, is also suspect. Seattle lost to the Arizona Cardinals in overtime last week, and all three were injured. Homer (knee bruise) was restricted Friday. Carson (sprained foot) and Hyde (hamstring) did not practice all week.
According to coach Pete Carroll, they will work out on the court before Sunday̵
Carroll said: “We will always play with these three guys and see what happens.” “We didn’t practice them this week, it just gave them a chance to come back every day.”
Rookie fourth round rookie DeeJay Dallas is the only healthy guard on the Seahawks. They also have guard Nick Bellore in the 53-man lineup, but their practice lineup has no other guards, and they can increase the depth of the match day. Carroll and offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer said this week that the Seahawks’ backcourt situation may force them to be creative on Sunday and use other skill players to run back.
The Seahawks (5-1) brought in Alex Collins to start COVID-19 testing on Friday, but he won’t be eligible to join their practice team until next week at the earliest.
Dallas has 6 touches in four games, for a total of 41 faceoff yards.
Carroll said: “He had a great week.” “He is indeed in the middle of the plan, which is true. If this happens, he really seizes the opportunity to bear the burden. He saves It’s been a nice week. As the week passed, I made sure that we took care of him. I didn’t want him to be tired. He wanted to make every effort. We didn’t let him do that, but he was ready to play.”
The defensive tackle Damon Harrison can make his debut with the Seahawks on Sunday, which is a potential boost for defense, which makes for the most passes in six games in NFL history. Carroll did not announce the 31-year-old veteran to participate in the game, but said that “no doubt” had his best week. Harrison was the first full-professional player in 2016. Since joining the Seattle practice team on October 7 last season, he has never played again.
Carol said: “This week really… makes you think he’s ready to come back to play.” “He’s going to get there. Not in the first few weeks. He just got back in shape. He lost some weight. He It looks better when he walks. He is on his own stuff. He knows what he is doing. He is there so I am really excited. He is now competing to enter the field.”
The Seahawks can sign Harrison to their roster of active players indefinitely (they have two vacancies), or they can promote him to match day.
Carroll said: “This week or next week, he is ready to play.” “Therefore, he will play in the way allowed by the game plan, so he has no chance to play. But he is a player in a situation, in a bind Things have been done well. Our players performed well there and are fighting. We will not have any problems taking turns now, but he did take a big step forward this week.”
The Seahawks’ roster sees guard Mike Iupati (guard) as a dubious defensive end, and Benson Mayowa (ankle) is questioned. Mayova was restricted on Friday.
Since his groin injury in the third week, Adams’ first practice was also a restricted Friday. He plans to practice at the beginning of the week, and then suffers from non-COVID disease. Under the guidance of the National Football League (NFL), Adams was sent home and returned to the team on Thursday afternoon after a negative test.
Carroll called this a “real good sign” for Adams’ practice on Friday, but also admitted the team’s reservation to attend Adams on Sunday after a practice session in the past month.
Carroll said: “This is a big question.” “There are a lot of questions to ask. He did a good job of conditioning and everything. In fact, he had to be absent here for a few days, which really gave a wrench. It caused trouble for a smooth comeback, so we have to see what happened in the game.”
The Seahawks ruled out cornerback Shaquill Griffin (hamstring/concussion) and listed nickel back Ugo Amadi as suspicious. Adams’ backup Ryan Neal was also listed as the person in question, even though Carroll said he “looks pretty good.” Tre Flowers is likely to join Griffin. Seattle uses Linden Stephens and Damarious Randall as five-point guards and strong safety options. Carol said that DJ Reid is ready to be activated from the non-football injury list. The previous 49er can play cornerbacks, five-pointers and free defenses.