In flight to Indianapolis, but I actually have internet access on Delta, which is pretty cool. Here’s the injury report I just received from the Seahawks.
LB Leroy Hill (groin), OT Sean Locklear (ankle) and Walter Jones (knee) are out.
QB Matt Hasselbeck (rib) did not practice on Friday, and according to Greg Johns of Seattlepi.com, head coach Jim Mora said Hasselbeck will make the trip but likely will not play. And Jones likely will stay back in Seattle.
FB Justin Griffith (knee) and CB Josh Wilson (ankle) were limited participants and listed as questionable. If Griffith can’t go, Owen Schmitt will get his second start of the season. And is Wilson is out, Kelly Jennings will start again, and Travis Fisher likely will serve as the third corner in nickel situations.
The big news is Rob Sims (oblique) practice for the first time today and was a full participant. The return of Sims gives Seattle some flexibility up front. OT Brandon Frye (groin) also was a full participant, along with S Jordan Babineaux (shoulder), LB Lofa Tatupu (hamstring) and CB Ken Lucas (groin).
Seattle might have to juggle the 53-man roster this week, possibly bringing up Kyle Williams to the active roster for offensive line depth. If they make that move, they would have to release someone from the active roster.
If they don’t make a move, then Rob Sims likely would serve as the backup tackle, and Max Unger would be the last resort in an emergency situation.
For Indianapolis, WR Anthony Gonzalez (knee) and Bob Sanders (knee) are out.
LB Gary Brackett (Knee), DT Keyunta Dawson (Foot), DE Dwight Freeney (quad), DB Kelvin Hayden (hamstring) and RB Chad Simpson (abdomen) were limited participants and are questionable.
That’s all for now.