The Seahawks are back in action on Thursday night, hosting the 49ers, and will be hoping to get a few players back from injury, though the status of those injured players likely won't be known until later in the week.
Running back Kenneth Walker III, who was inactive Sunday due to an ankle injury suffered a week earlier, was expected to go through the team's Monday evening walkthrough, Pete Carroll said, but beyond that it's still too early to know his status.
"We're going to go day to day and see what happens here," Carroll said. "We'll see how he handles the walkthrough today, and then we'll just take one day at a time."
Defensive tackle Al Woods, who left Sunday's game in the second quarter due to injury, is dealing with what Carroll called a sore Achilles. "It looks like from what we could tell it is somewhat of an old injury," Carroll said. "But it's not the Achilles rupture type of thing, but he's got a sore Achilles today, so we'll need to see what happens, see how it goes this week."
Defensive end Shelby Harris was still sick after missing Sunday's game due to illness, but the hope is that his illness is similar to the one that affected several players in the buildup to the Week 13 game against the Rams.
"Most all the guys, it has been like a 48-hour deal," Carroll said. "He's kind of at the tail end if it. A number of guys got sick, and he's one of the last guys getting it, hopefully. Each guy has been individually tasked with it. We'll see if he can get through it."
As for running back DeeJay Dallas, who is dealing with a high-ankle sprain, Carroll said on his morning radio show on Seattle Sports 710 AM that "it'll be a great comeback if he's able to come back this week," implying that Dallas playing on Thursday is not very likely.
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