The Seahawks will be without receiver and kick returner Dee Eskridge when they host the Raiders on Sunday, and head coach Pete Carroll indicated that Eskridge could miss time beyond this week due to a broken hand suffered in Seattle's Week 10 game in Munich.
"You'll see something coming up here, a transaction coming up," Carroll said, the implication being that Eskridge could be headed to injured reserve. "… He's got a broken hand of some sort, so as a (pass) catcher, you can't do much about that."
Eskridge is the only player on Seattle's injury report with a gameday status listed, so everyone else on the roster should be available Sunday.
"You're going to see there's next to nobody on the injury list, which is rare for us," Carroll said. "Other than D'Wayne Eskridge, we're in pretty good shape."
If the Seahawks want to add more receiver depth for Sunday's game, one option Carroll brought up is veteran receiver Laquon Treadwell, a former 2016 first-round pick who signed to Seattle's practice squad earlier this month.
"I'm anxious to see what Treadwell does when he gets a chance," Carroll said. "He hasn't had a shot to do much, but we'll see how he fits in."
Asked more about Treadwell, Carroll said, "He seems to be very well equipped, he seems like a pro. He runs his routes really crisply, he's really attentive about doing a number of things, he can play different positions for us. He's big catching the football. He looks like one of our guys, and he fits in very well."
The Seahawks face the Raiders at Lumen Field for Week 12 of the 2022 season. Take a look back at photos from previous games between the two teams.