Seattle Seahawks: Week 10 Injury Report Update

May 26, 2015; Renton, WA, USA; Seattle Seahawks strong safety Kam Chancellor (31) warms up before an OTA practice at the Virginia Mason Athletic Center. Mandatory Credit: Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports
May 26, 2015; Renton, WA, USA; Seattle Seahawks strong safety Kam Chancellor (31) warms up before an OTA practice at the Virginia Mason Athletic Center. Mandatory Credit: Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports /

We bring you all the latest injury news for the Seattle Seahawks, as they prepare for their big Sunday Night Football clash with the New England Patriots in Foxborough.

The Seattle Seahawks managed to get back on track Monday night, thanks to their thrilling encounter with the Buffalo Bills. And by back on track, we mean winning a game, because there are still numerous questions marks surrounding this team.

In that respect, there must be some genuine concern heading into Sunday’s prime time game against the red-hot New England Patriots. Given how the both sides have performed so far this season, it’s really no surprise the Pats are -7.5 point favorites.

With this in mind, you know Seahawks fans are frantically checking this week’s injury report, to check out the current state of their team. In fairness, they will be relieved to see it’s not too bad, with only one player not available for practice.

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As usual, we have to start with Russell Wilson, who continues to amaze with the way he has played through his trio of injuries. Further, he had arguably his best game of the season against the Bills, and appears to be finally heading back towards full health.

Wilson has been listed as a full participant in practice this week, with his knee being the only remaining issue. Speaking to the media on Thursday, he said: “It feels good to feel really good and feel fast and strong and all that…I feel better even than last week.”

Any concern over seeing Jimmy Graham‘s name on the injury report should be tempered. His absence on Wednesday was not injury-limited, while the Seahawks are just generally taking a cautious approach with the tight end and his knee.

On the subject of tight ends, the affable Luke Willson returned to practice this week, after undergoing arthroscopic knee surgery three weeks ago. Coach Pete Carroll says there is a chance he will be able to play against the Patriots.

Thomas Rawls is undoubtedly another name of interest to fans, especially with the Seahawks’ signigicant issues running the ball this season. He was never going to play on Sunday, but he practiced for the first time this week and the team is aiming to have him back on the field for Week 11.

Finally on offense, Bradley Sowell was back on the practice field after missing the last two games due to an knee issue. Whether the left tackle starts in Foxborough, is another thing altogether.

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Oct 23, 2016; Glendale, AZ, USA; Seattle Seahawks offensive tackle Bradley Sowell reacts as he is helped off the field by trainers after suffering an injury in the second half against the Arizona Cardinals at University of Phoenix Stadium. The game ended in a 6-6 tie after overtime. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports /

Turning to the defense, Michael Bennett was unsurprisingly the one player we alluded to, who was not available for practice. However, he had a knee scope and is making good progress, with Carroll saying he expects the defensive end to return within two weeks.

Still on the D-line, Cassius Marsh sat out practice on Wenesday to rest his ankle, but has since been a full participant. Speaking to the media, Carroll said: “We think he’s going to make it for the game.”

Without a doubt, the biggest news surrounds Kam Chancellor, who has missed the last four games with a pulled groin. He has participated in full practice this week and he’s looking good to suit up against the Patriots, which will understandably be a big boost to the Seahawks.

Finally on defense, DeAndre Elliott has missed the last two games with a hamstring strain. However, like Chancellor, he has been a full participant in practice during the week, and looks on course to play in Foxborough.

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Taking the injuries into account, what’s your prediction for the Seahawks’ clash with the Patriots? Will they overcome the challenge of being underdogs, or lose to the Patriots again? Let us know in the comments section below.