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Friday Practice Report: Dion Jordan Questionable For Seahawks at Raiders

There are few surprises for the Seahawks when it comes to their gameday status report for this week’s contest against the Oakland Raiders.

Out again for Seattle are linebacker K.J. Wright (knee) and defensive end Rasheem Green (ankle), designations which head coach Pete Carroll had confirmed earlier in the week. Nick Vannett (back), meanwhile, is listed as questionable after sitting out Wednesday’s practice, working in limited fashion on Thursday, and getting a rest day Friday, but Carroll said the tight end is expected to play. 

“We just rested him today but he’s playing,” Carroll said. "He’s ready to go.”

Less certain is the status of defensive end Dion Jordan (knee), who’s listed as questionable for Sunday’s game. Jordan was added to the injury report after not participating in Friday’s practice.

"Dion has been making progress. He’s been nursing his knee coming back,” Carroll said. "It hasn’t been exactly perfect for him yet but we’re working our way through it and he’s been a solid performer so far. I don’t think he’s found his best game yet but that’s still out there for him.”

The Raiders have two players, offensive lineman Kelechi Osemele (knee) and defensive end Frostee Rucker (neck), listed as doubtful for Sunday’s game. One player, safety Karl Joseph, is questionable. 

Here’s Friday’s report for both sides heading into the Week 6 matchup at London’s Wembley Stadium: 

Seattle Seahawks

Out

DE Rasheem Green (ankle, did not participate)

LB K.J. Wright (knee, did not participate)

Questionable 

TE Nick Vannett (back, did not participate)

DE Dion Jordan (knee, did not participate)

Oakland Raiders

Doubtful

G Kelechi Osemele (knee, limited participation)

DE Frostee Rucker (neck, limited participation) 

Questionable

S Karl Joseph (hamstring, limited participation)

Photos from Friday's practice in London in preparation for Sunday's game against the Oakland Raiders.

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