Former Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman once called Thursday Night Football a “poopfest.” His former team, which hosts the Cardinals in two nights on a short week of preparation, may be feeling like they’re about to endure a sh-tshow, given their raw number of injuries.
Starting receiver Tyler Lockett has a knee injury, and he missed Monday’s non-practice and Tuesday’s actual practice.
Others who didn’t practice on Tuesday were cornerback Quinton Dunbar (one), center Ethan Pocic (concussion), cornerback Shaquill Griffin (hamstring), tackle Duane Brown (knee/resting veteran), guard/center Kyle Fuller (ankle), guard Jordan Simmons (calf), and cornerback Neiko Thorpe (core).
Running back Chris Carson (foot) participated on a limited basis, as did linebacker K.J. Wright (ankle), running back Travis Homer (wrist/knee/thumb), and defensive end Benson Mayowa (ankle).
Running back Carlos Hyde (hamstring) fully participated, along with safety Jamal Adams (shoulder), tight end Greg Olsen (foot), defensive tackle Jarran Reed (hand/resting vet), guard Mike Iupati (back), receiver Freddie Swain (foot), and receiver Penny Hart (knee).