The Seahawks could be missing a key piece of their defensive line for Sunday's game at Arizona, with defensive tackle Al Woods going on the reserve/COVID-19 list on Wednesday.
Woods, who signed with the Seahawks this offseason, has been one of Seattle's top defensive players all season, particularly when it comes to run defense where he has been a big reason why the Seahawks have held opponents to just 3.8 rushing yard per carry, the second lowest mark in the NFL.
In addition to Woods, the Seahawks currently have three players on their 53-man roster on the COVID-19 list: cornerback Sidney Jones IV, guard Damien Lewis and defensive end Alton Robinson.
The Seahawks also placed practice squad defensive tackle Myles Adams on the COVID-19 list Wednesday.
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