Seattle Seahawks: Final injury report for Oakland 10/14

Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks. (Photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images)
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The Seattle Seahawks put out their final injury report Friday for their clash this weekend against Oakland in London, England. Once again, the Hawks are relatively healthy.

The Seattle Seahawks play former AFC West division rivals, the Oakland Raiders, in London on Sunday. As they do every week, Seattle released their final injury report Friday afternoon. It’s the same basic report as they had last week.

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The Raiders offensive line is very banged up. Starting guards Gabe Jackson (pectoral), and Kelechi Osemele (knee) are both injured. Jackson was limited in practice all week but looks like he’ll play. Osemele, on the other hand, didn’t practice two of the three days and was limited on Thursday. He is listed as doubtful. It gets worse on the left side, starting left tackle Kolton Miller (knee) was also limited in practice all week, the same as number one center Rodney Hudson (ankle).

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On defense, safety Karl Joseph is questionable with a hamstring injury. Linebacker Emmanuel Lamur has been limited all week with a foot injury. Neck problems to back up defensive lineman Frostee Rucker make him doubtful for Sunday.

Seattle Seahawks

Seattle is in pretty much the same spot they were in last week. The same players who were listed as out last week are out again this week. Linebacker K.J. Wright (knee) and defensive end Rasheem Green (ankle) will not play. The Seahawks have their bye next weekend so the pair may be back in action for week eight against Detroit. Also coming back in week eight will be tight end Ed Dickson, who was placed on the “non-football injury” list before the season began.

Defensive end Dion Jordan didn’t participate on Friday after tweaking his knee earlier in the week. Tight End Nick Vannett was given Wednesday off to rest his back. Wide Receiver Doug Baldwin (knee), quarterback Russell Wilson (hamstring), guard Ethan Pocic (ankle), and wide receiver David Moore (ribs) are all listed on the injury report but were full participants in practice this week.

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Of course, Earl Thomas, and Will Dissly are done for 2018.