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Week 5 Injury Report: Seahawks at Saints

Details on the Seahawks’ injury situation heading into their Week 5 game at New Orleans, including game status designations.

IR Oct 6

Friday's Injury Report

The Seahawks listed three players as questionable for their Week 5 game at New Orleans, including two players who were added to the injury report on Thursday: running back Kenneth Walker III (shoulder) and receiver Marquise Goodwin (knee/back). Cornerback Justin Coleman, who has been out since the opener with a calf injury, is listed as questionable as well.

If Goodwin can't go, the Seahawks could see their receiver depth tested a bit, with rookie Dareke Young ruled out due to a quadricep injury. The Seahawks do have options on their practice squad they could elevate for the game should they decide they need more depth there.

The Saints will be without top receiver Michael Thomas, who was ruled out, and will also likely be without starting quarterback Jameis Winston, who is listed as doubtful after not practicing all week. Starting running back Alvin Kamara is listed as questionable, but is expected to play.

Seattle Seahawks

Out

WR Dareke Young (quadricep, did not participate)

Questionable

WR Marquise Goodwin (knee/back, did not participate)
CB Justin Coleman (calf, limited participation)
RB Kenneth Walker III (shoulder, limited participation)

New Orleans Saints

Out

OT Calvin Throckmorton (ankle, did not participate)
DE Payton Turner (chest, did not participate)
WR Michael Thomas (foot, did not participate)
CB P.J. Williams (quadricep, did not participate)

Doubtful

QB Jameis Winston (back/ankle, did not participate)

Questionable

S Marcus Maye (rib, limited participation)
G Andrus Peat (concussion, full participation)
RB Alvin Kamara (rib, limited participation)
WR Jarvis Landry (ankle, did not participate)

Thursday's Injury Report

The Seahawks saw four players return to action after sitting out the previous day's practice, including running back Rashaad Penny (shoulder), who was a full participant. Also back were Gabe Jackson, who got his usual rest day Wednesday, as well as defensive end Quinton Jefferson (elbow) and center Austin Blythe, who was back home in Iowa earlier this week for the birth of his third child.

There were two new additions to the injury report, running back Kenneth Walker III (shoulder) and receiver Marquise Goodwin (knee), both of whom were listed as limited.

For the Saints, the same five players missed a second straight day of practice, a group that includes starting quarterback Jameis Winston and All-Pro receiver Michael Thomas. Running back Alvin Kamara was limited again on Thursday, but has said he expects to play.

Seattle Seahawks

Did not participate in practice

LB Darryl Johnson (ankle)
WR Dareke Young (quadricep)
NT Al Woods (NIR-resting veteran)

Limited participation

G Gabe Jackson (knee/NIR-resting veteran)
DE Quinton Jefferson (elbow)
CB Justin Coleman (calf)
G Damien Lewis (calf)
WR Marquise Goodwin (knee)
RB Kenneth Walker III (shoulder)

Full participation

RB Rashaad Penny (shoulder)
C Austin Blythe (NIR-personal matter)
WR Penny Hart (illness)
G Phil Haynes (ankle)

New Orleans Saints

Did not participate in practice

G Calvin Throckmorton (ankle)
DE Payton Turner (chest)
WR Michael Thomas (foot)
QB Jameis Winston (back/ankle)
S P.J. Williams (quadricep)

Limited participation

S Marcus Maye (rib)
RB Alvin Kamara (rib)
WR Jarvis Landry (ankle)

Full participation

DE Carl Granderson (eye)
T Ryan Ramczyk (rest)
G Andrus Peat (concussion)
TE Taysom Hill (rib)

The Seahawks opened their week of practice with five players held out, though center Austin Blythe's absence was not injury related, but rather, as Pete Carroll reported earlier in the day, because his wife just had a baby. Guard Gabe Jackson got his usual Wednesday off, while Darryl Johnson, who left Sunday's game with what Carroll called a significant ankle injury, didn't practice as expected. Also out were running back Rashaad Penny (shoulder), who is coming off a 151-yard, two-touchdown performance, and defensive end Quinton Jefferson (elbow).

The Seahawks had three players listed as limited—cornerback Justin Coleman, guard Damien Lewis and receiver Dareke Young—while three others were on the injury report but listed as full participants, including guard Phil Haynes, who missed last weekend's game with an ankle injury.

The Saints had five players sit out Wednesday's practice, including starting quarterback Jameis Winston and starting receiver Michael Thomas, both of whom missed New Orleans' Week 4 game in London. Running back Alvin Kamara, who also missed that game, was limited in practice, and told reporters in New Orleans Wednesday that he plans to play this week.

Seattle Seahawks

Did not participate in practice

RB Rashaad Penny (shoulder)
C Austin Blythe (NIR-personal matter)
G Gabe Jackson (knee/NIR-resting veteran)
LB Darryl Johnson (ankle)
DE Quinton Jefferson (elbow)

Limited participation

CB Justin Coleman (calf)
G Damien Lewis (calf)
WR Dareke Young (quadricep)

Full participation

WR Penny Hart (illness)
G Phil Haynes (ankle)
S Joey Blount (hamstring)

New Orleans Saints

Did not participate in practice

G Calvin Throckmorton (ankle)
DE Payton Turner (chest)
WR Michael Thomas (foot)
QB Jameis Winston (back/ankle)
S P.J. Williams (quadricep)

Limited participation

T Ryan Ramczyk (rest)
S Marcus Maye (rib)
G Andrus Peat (concussion)
RB Alvin Kamara (rib)
WR Jarvis Landry (ankle)
TE Taysom Hill (rib)

Full participation

DE Carl Granderson (eye)

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