Quandre Diggs was listed as questionable on Friday's injury report, but Seahawks Pete Carroll said the Pro Bowl safety should be good to go, and the Pro Bowl safety is indeed active for Sunday's game against the Falcons.
The Seahawks will be without defensive end Shelby Harris, who was ruled out Friday due to both injury and a family situation that had him away from the team all week, as well as nickel corner Justin Coleman (calf) and safety Joey Blount (hamstring).
Healthy scratches for Seattle include cornerbacks Sidney Jones IV and Artie Burns, as well as tackle Jack Curhan and receiver Dareke Young.
With Harris out, Myles Adams will be active for the first time this year after winning a spot on the 53-man roster with a standout training camp and preseason.
"I'm really anxious to see him, because he was really active (in the preseason)," Carroll said Friday. "He played the run well and was in the backfield, and he just was flashy. He brings us a little different style of play, his quickness will be a nice addition here, and I'm hoping it will show up and be a factor for us."
Coleman being out means rookie Colby Bryant will handle nickel duties for a second straight week.
The Falcons are mostly healthy, but will be without starting guard Elijah Wilkinson, who was ruled out due to a personal matter that was not injury related.
Here are the inactives for both teams:
CB Artie Burns
CB Sidney Jones IV
CB Justin Coleman
S Joey Blount
T Jake Curhan
WR Dareke Young
DE Shelby Harris
WR Damiere Byrd
ILB Nick Kwiatkoski
OLB Quinton Bell
OL Elijah Wilkinson
WR Bryan Edwards
DL Matt Dickerson
The Seahawks and the Falcons will meet this Sunday at Lumen Field during Week 3 of the 2022 season. Take a look back at photos from past games between the two teams.