Seattle Seahawks receiver Doug Baldwin will be a game-time decision, according to head coach Pete Carroll.
Baldwin suffered a shoulder injury on Thursday and had to leave practice. But Carroll said there’s a chance he could play on Monday against Green Bay. If Baldwin can’t go, Charly Martin would be his backup in the slot.
Baldwin is listed as questionable on the team’s injury report.
“He banged his shoulder during the week here,” Carroll said. “And we don’t know yet. He thinks he can get right, and we’ll have to wait and see all the way up until game time.”
Receiver Sidney Rice also did not practice, but Carroll said he just wanted to get his No. 1 receiver some rest as he continues to deal with a knee issue, and that Rice should be fine for Monday.
According to Carroll, offensive tackle Russell Okung (knee) and tight end Zach Miller made it through the week okay, and will play on Monday. Both are listed as probable.
Charly Martin (chest) and Marshawn Lynch (back) both practiced fully and are probable for Monday.
Cornerback Byron Maxwell (shoulder) did not practice at all this week and has been ruled out for Monday’s game.
For Green Bay, linebacker Jamari Lattimore (ankle) did not practice today and has been ruled out for Monday.
Cornerback Davon House (shoulder) was a limited participant in practice and is doubtful.
Tight end Tom Crabtree (shoulder) did not practice, and is limited. Receiver Greg Jennings, safety Sean Richardson (hamstring), running back James Starks (toe) and defensive end C.J. Wilson (groin) were limited participants and are questionable.
Receiver Randall Cobb (hamstring), linebacker Terrell Manning (concussion), linebacker Nick Perry (wrist) and offensive guard Josh Sitton (knee) are probable.
Carroll said that offensive guard James Carpenter had a good week, his first in taking 100 percent of the workload coming back from ACL knee surgery in December. Carroll said that Carpenter will not play this week, but that the team will have a tough decision to make at left guard between last year’s first round pick in Carpenter, and current starter Paul McQuistan.
“He really did have a good week,” Carroll said. “He’s real close. And next week it will be a big decision for us, to see if he can play in the game. We’re to that point. He’s done everything perfectly. He’s worked really hard. We’ve tested him when we can. … He’s still got some conditioning to do to build. But his weight is in great shape. He’s a monster when he gets in there. He looks great. So we’re anxious to get him back.”
Carroll also commended reserve quarterback Matt Flynn for giving the defense a good look in practice running the scout offense, and that the LSU product finally looks fully recovered from a sore elbow that set him back toward the end of exhibition play.
“He gave us as good of a look at we could possibly hope for, really,” Carroll said. “He did a great job. And as a matter of fact, this is really the first week in a month that he’s been able to throw in practice with any regularity. So just to get him on the field really gunning the ball around was great to see. … He’s really physically back to normal.”
We had several celebrities at practice today. Hall of Famers Warren Moon and Cortez Kennedy we’re in attendance. And the Monday Night crew is here, with Jon Gruden, Mike Tirico and Lisa Salters in town to prepare for Monday’ game.