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Abraham Lucas Nearing A Return & Other Seahawks Injury Updates

Injury updates from Seahawks coach Pete Carroll coming out of his team’s Week 12 loss to the 49ers.


The Seahawks will return to work on Sunday in preparation for a second straight Thursday game, and when they take the practice field, right tackle Abraham Lucas will be preparing to possibly make his return from injured reserve.

Lucas, who has been out since leaving the season-opener with a knee injury, returned to practice earlier this month but has not yet been activated from injured reserve, but if all goes well in practice this week, he could return to action when the Seahawks play at Dallas on Thursday.

"Abe's coming back this week," Carroll said. "He's going to practice to play this week, and we'll see if that works. The plan is for him to be going with the ones, getting his work, and if he can sustain through the week, we'll make the call later in the week to see if he can go. So that's a real positive for us."

The news was also positive on tackle Jason Peters, who left the game with a shoulder stinger.

"Much better, much improved," Carroll said when asked about Peters. "It seems like it's clearing up already, so that's a good sign."

As for running back Kenneth Walker III, who missed Thursday's game with an oblique injury, Carroll said they won't know until late in the week if Walker has a chance to make it back in Week 13.

"He's not going to be able to do a lot this week," Carroll said. "We're going to wait until the end of the week to see where he is, keeping hope that he has a chance to play, but we won't know until the latter part of the week."

The 12s showed up to Lumen Field to cheer on the Seahawks as they take on the 49ers in a division showdown on Thanksgiving night.

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