MUNICH—The Seahawks were back on the practice field at FC Bayern Munich's training facility, their second day of practice in Munich before their Week 10 game against the Buccaneers.
By leaving Seattle Wednesday evening and arriving in Munich on Thursday, the Seahawks have given themselves a few days to adjust to the nine-hour time difference, and Seahawks coach Pete Carroll expects that extra time to help the team be ready on gameday, much like it did four years ago when the Seahawks beat the Raiders in London.
"I'm glad we've been here for a bit, because there is definitely a physical transition that we're making," Carroll said. "We can tell. I'm glad to get every day that we have. By tomorrow guys should be feeling a whole lot more grounded, and by the next day, we're going to be ready."
On the injury front, the Seahawks are hopeful that they'll get outside linebacker Darrell Taylor and receiver Marquise Goodwin back after both missed last week's game.
Carroll said Taylor, who played only briefly two weeks ago and was inactive last week due to a groin injury, "Did really well. He practiced the last couple of days, it looks like he's ready to go."
Carroll said that Goodwin, who also has a groin injury that kept him out of last week's game, needs to respond well from Friday's work to be sure, but it looks like he should also be back.
"Marquise did well today, and today was an important day," Carroll said. "It'll be interesting to see how he responds tomorrow—this was his hardest day of the week—and see if he's OK coming out of it. But it looks good and we're anticipating that he's going to play."
As for safety Ryan Neal, who was listed as limited on Wednesday and Thursday with an ankle injury, Carroll said, "He's fine, he's in good shape."
Go behind the scenes with NFL Network's "Good Morning Football" as they record live from Munich, Germany on November 10, 2022 in advance of the Seahawks vs. Buccaneers for Week 10 of the 2022 season.