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Hawks inactives: Doug Baldwin ready to go

Post by Eric Williams on Dec. 24, 2011 at 12:01 pm with 5 Comments »
December 24, 2011 12:03 pm

Seattle Seahawks receiver Doug Baldwin answered any question about his status via Twitter yesterday: “If you think for one second that a little ankle is gonna stop me… And its against James Joseph… Ya’ll dont know me! lol.”

True to his word, Baldwin looked fine in warm-ups and is active for today’s game.

However, the Seahawks will be missing some key backups, with cornerback Kennard Cox (hamstring), linebacker Malcolm Smith (concussion) and defensive tackle Clinton McDonald (concussion) inactive today.

But Seattle catches a break with linebacker Patrick Willis remaining inactive with a hamstring issues, and receiver Ted Ginn Jr. out because of a lingering ankle injury. Larry Grant will start inside at linebacker for Willis.

Here’s the full list.

QB Josh Portis
SS Jeron Johnson
CB Kennard Cox
LB Malcolm Smith
OL Paul Faniaka
DT Clinton McDonald
OL Jarriel King

San Francisco
WR Ted Ginn Jr.
CB Tramaine Brock
LB Patrick Willis
OL Daniel Kilgore
OL Mike Person
NT Ian Williams

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  1. Dukeshire says:

    Good news. They need Baldy today.

  2. GeorgiaHawk says:

    With Ginn and Willis out I would call that a big break! But according to this preview we don’t have a chance! Yea right!

  3. JazBadAzz says:

    Yeeeeeahhhh Dougie, let’s get it!!!!!!!

  4. Dukeshire says:

    Georgia – While I would prefer to play good teams at their full strength, I agree. Good break for Seattle.

  5. GeorgiaHawk says:

    Dukeshire- I use to prefer playing other teams at full strength too, but after a few years of devastating injuries to this team, and what happened in the Superbowl of 2005 I would now take a win any way we can get it. At least until were so dominate that nothing else would matter.Lol.

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