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Week 10 Injury Report: Seahawks vs. Buccaneers 

Details on the Seahawks’ injury situation heading into their Week 10 game against the Buccaneers in Munich, including game status designations. 

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Friday's Injury Report

The Seahawks head into Sunday's game against Tampa Bay in pretty good shape, with only two players listed on the final report, receiver Marquise Goodwin, who is questionable with a groin injury, and linebacker Cullen Gillaspia, who is ruled out with a knee injury that will require surgery, meaning he'll likely end up on injured reserve at some point when the Seahawks need to free up a roster spot.

While Goodwin is listed as questionable, he's on track to play so long as he bounces back well from a heavier workload in Friday's practice.

"Marquise did well today, and today was an important day," Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said after Friday's practice. "It'll be interesting to see how he responds tomorrow—this was his hardest day of the week—and see if he's OK coming out of it. But it looks good and we're anticipating that he's going to play."

Among those who were on the injury report during the week but who don't have game status designations are outside linebacker Darrell Taylor (groin) and safety Joey Blount (quadriceps), both of whom missed last week's game.

Seattle Seahawks

Out

LB Cullen Gillaspia (knee, did not participate)

Questionable

WR Marquise Goodwin (groin, full participation)

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Out

WR Russell Gage Jr. (hamstring, did not participate)
G Luke Goedeke (foot, did not participate)
LB J.J. Russell (hamstring, did not participate)

Questionable

TE Cameron Brate (neck, full participation)

Thursday's Injury Report

The Seahawks were back on the field not long after landing in Munich, holding a short walk-through session at Bayern Munich's training facility. Because it wasn't a full-speed practice, the report for Thursday is an estimation of participation had Seattle practiced fully, and on that estimation, defensive linemen Poona Ford and Al Woods, who both sat out Wednesday due to illness, were full participants.

Receiver Marquise Goodwin and Ryan Neal were listed as limited participants for the second day in a row, while a few players listed as full participants on Wednesday were off the injury report all together on Thursday, including receivers Tyler Lockett and DK Metcalf, and tight end Noah Fant.

After a travel-day walk through Thursday, the Seahawks will return to their normal schedule of meetings, walk throughs and practice for Friday and Saturday.

Seattle Seahawks

Did Not Participate

LB Cullen Gillaspia (knee)

Limited Participation

WR Marquise Goodwin (groin)
S Ryan Neal (ankle)

Full Participation

DE Poona Ford (illness)
NT Al Woods (illness)
WR Penny Hart (hamstring)
RB DeeJay Dallas (knee)
TE Will Dissly (chest)
S Joey Blount (quadriceps)
DE Shelby Harris (elbow)
OLB Darrell Taylor (groin)

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Did Not Participate

WR Russell Gage Jr. (hamstring)
G Luke Goedeke (foot)
LB J.J. Russell (hamstring)
G Nick Leverett (illness)

Limited Participation

QB Tom Brady (rest)
WR Mike Evans (ribs/ankle)
G Shaq Mason (personal/ankle)

Full Participation

TE Cameron Brate (neck)
WR Julio Jones (rest/knee)
S Antoine Winfield Jr. (concussion)

Wednesday's Injury Report

The Seahawks held a practice at the Virginia Mason Athletic Center before departing for Munich, where they will face the Buccaneers on Sunday in the first regular-season NFL game played in Germany. And all but three players suited up for practice, with only Cullen Gillaspia (knee), defensive end Poona Ford (illness) and nose tackle Al Woods (illness) not participating. Gillaspia has a knee injury that will require surgery, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said on Monday, so presumably he'll end up on injured reserve at some point.

Receiver Marquise Goodwin, who missed last week's game with a groin injury, was a limited participant, as was safety Ryan Neal, who has an ankle injury.

Among those on the injury report but participating fully were outside linebacker Darrell Taylor (groin) and safety Joey Hunt (quadriceps), both of whom missed last weekend's game due to their injuries.

The Buccaneers had five players miss practice, though not all were injury related, while standout receiver Mike Evans was limited with rib and ankle injuries. Pro-Bowl safety Antoine Winfield Jr., who is trying to get back from a concussion, was a full participant.

Seattle Seahawks

Did Not Participate

LB Cullen Gillaspia (knee)
DE Poona Ford (illness)
NT Al Woods (illness)

Limited Participation

WR Marquise Goodwin (groin)
S Ryan Neal (ankle)

Full Participation

WR DK Metcalf (knee)
TE Noah Fant (knee)
WR Penny Hart (hamstring)
WR Tyler Lockett (hamstring/ribs)
RB DeeJay Dallas (knee)
TE Will Dissly (chest)
S Joey Blount (quadriceps)
DE Shelby Harris (elbow)
OLB Darrell Taylor (groin)

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Did Not Participate

WR Russell Gage Jr. (hamstring)
G Luke Goedeke (foot)
WR Julio Jones (rest/knee)
G Shaq Mason (personal/ankle)
LB J.J. Russell (hamstring

Limited Participation

WR Mike Evans (ribs/ankle)

Full Participation

TE Cameron Brate (neck)
S Antoine Winfield Jr. (concussion)

The Seahawks took a quick break from their own practice to visit FC Bayern Munich next door on November 11, 2022 in Munich, Germany. The Seahawks are practicing at Bayern's training grounds in advance of their Week 10 game vs. the Buccaneers.

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