BALTIMORE—After missing the last two games with a calf injury, right guard Phil Haynes is active for the Seahawks' Week 9 game against the Ravens.
Haynes was listed as questionable on Friday's injury report, as was rookie guard Anthony Bradford, who had been filling in for Haynes at right guard. Bradford is inactive due to ankle and knee injuries, so while the Seahawks will have back their starting guard duo of Damien Lewis and Haynes, they will be without their top backup at that position.
Bradford is the only player on Seattle's 53-man roster inactive due to injury.
As expected, defensive end Leonard Williams is active and ready to make his Seahawks debut after arriving in a trade earlier this week.
Also active is tackle Jason Peters, who was elevated from the practice squad on Saturday, the second straight week the veteran tackle has been elevated. Peters split time with starting right tackle Stone Forsythe last week, and Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said he would not be opposed to having those two continue to split time at that spot.
- LB Devin Bush
- CB Kyu Blu Kelly
- T McClendon Curtis
- G Anthony Bradford
- T Raiqwon O'Neal
- DE Myles Adams
- T Morgan Moses
- FS Marcus Williams
- CB Rock Ya-Sin
- CB Jalyn Armour-Davis
- G Sala Aumavae-Laulu
- QB Josh Johnson
The Seahawks made the trip to Baltimore on Friday, November 3 for their upcoming Week 9 matchup with the 6-2 Baltimore Ravens.