Head coach Pete Carroll announced that quarterback will start the game against the Packers, running back Chris Carson was ruled out
SEATTLE – The Offensive of the Seattle Seahawks will be almost complete on Sunday after the team activated the quarterback Russell wilson and rookie wide receiver Dee Eskridge from their respective stints on injured reserve prior to his game against the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field.
The corridor Chris carson will not join them.
Head coach Pete Carroll indicated that the team will keep out Carson at least another week for his neck injury. He previously noted on his radio show on 710 ESPN Seattle that Carson it would be a last minute decision.
Alex Collins is expected to be the lead runner again for Seattle with Carson missing his fifth straight game with what Carroll described as a recurring neck injury. He was placed on injured reserve in Week 6 and returned to training Wednesday, training that day and Thursday before being sidelined on Friday.
By designating Carson to return to training on Wednesday, the Seahawks They opened a 21-day window in which they can activate it for their 53-player roster to make them eligible to play again this season.
In addition to Collins, the available brokers from Seattle they are Rashaad Penny, DeeJay Dallas and Travis Homer. Seattle he generally uses Dallas and Homer as change-of-pace runners.
Wilson He returned to training on Monday, exactly one month after undergoing surgery on the middle finger of his right hand to repair multiple injuries he sustained in the game against the Los Angeles Rams. That ended his streak of 149 consecutive starts since the start of his career.
According to Carroll, Wilson he was not limited in practice this week.