The Seahawks will be nearly at full strength for Sunday's game against the Washington Commanders.
Linebacker Jordyn Brooks, running back DeeJay Dallas and tight end Colby Parkinson are all active, as expected, after being listed as questionable on Friday's injury report.
Running back Kenny McIntosh, however, is inactive after being activated off injured reserve Saturday, so his Seahawks debut will have to wait. Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said Friday that McIntosh is healthy and ready to play, so him being inactive has to do with numbers at running back and not the knee injury that caused him to start the season on injured reserve. Receiver Dareke Young, however, is active after being activated from IR Saturday, and figures to have a big role on special teams in his 2023 debut.
Guard Anthony Bradford, who was ruled out on Friday's injury report, is the only player inactive due to injury. Receiver Dee Eskridge, who has handled kick return duties in the last two games since returning from suspension, is inactive, meaning someone else will be in that role, likely Dallas, who returned both kickoffs and punts prior to Eskridge's return.
Here are the inactives for both teams:
- WR Dee Eskridge
- RB Kenny McIntosh
- T McClendon Curtis
- G Anthony Bradford
- T Raiqwon O'Neal
- DE Myles Adams
- CB Tariq Castro-Fields
- G Julian Good-Jones
- TE Curtis Hodges
- TE Cole Turner
- WR Mitchell Tinsley
Seahawks players arrive at Lumen Field ahead of their Week 10 matchup versus the Washington Commanders.