Less than two weeks after having surgery on his fractured hand, Tyler Lockett will be on the field for the Seahawks when they host the New York Jets on Sunday.
Lockett is active after being listed as questionable on Friday's injury report, meaning he'll have missed only one game after injuring his hand in Seattle's Week 15 game against the 49ers. Also active after being listed as questionable is nose tackle Al Woods, who has missed the previous two games with an Achilles injury, and running back Kenneth Walker III, who has played through an ankle injury for the past two games.
The Seahawks will be without three players who were listed as questionable, right tackle Abraham Lucas, safety Ryan Neal and running back Travis Homer. Stone Forsythe is expected to start for Lucas, the first career start for the second-year tackle. At safety, the Seahawks could go with Teez Tabor, who started last week, or Johnathan Abraham, who also saw significant playing time last week.
The Seahawks have two practice squad elevations who are active as well, receiver Cade Johnson and tight end Tyler Mabry.
Here are the Seahawks' inactives:
WR Penny Hart
CB Artie Burns
RB Travis Homer
S Ryan Neal
T Abraham Lucas
DT Isaiah Mack
LB Vi Jones
The Seattle Seahawks arrive at Lumen Field for their Week 17 matchup with the New York Jets on January 1, 2023. Gameday arrival photos are presented by Gillette.