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Week 9 Injury Report: Seahawks at Cardinals

Details on the Seahawks’ injury situation heading into their Week 8 game against Arizona, including game status designations.

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Friday's Injury Report

The Seahawks will be without two players for Sunday's game against Arizona, as receiver Marquise Goodwin and outside linebacker Darrell Taylor have both been ruled out with groin injuries.

Taylor was questionable heading into last week's game and was active to start the game, but had to come out of the game after playing just three snaps. Goodwin's absence comes after back-to-back games with four catches, including a pair of touchdowns in a Week 7 win over the Chargers. With Goodwin out, that will likely mean an increased role for second-year receiver Dee Eskridge.

Other than those two players ruled out, the Seahawks have only two players on the final injury report, with receiver Penny Hart and safety Joey Blount both listed as questionable. Hart is trying to get back after missing the past three games with a hamstring injury, while Blount is a new addition to the injury report on Friday with a quadriceps injury.

Center Austin Blythe, who left last week's game with a knee injury, does not have a game status designation, meaning he is good to go. The same is true for linebacker and special teams captain Nick Bellore, who missed last week's game with a concussion.

For the Cardinals, All-Pro safety Budda Baker is listed as questionable, as is left tackle D.J. Humphries ad running back James Conner. The Cardinals will be without starting center Rodney Hudson, who has been ruled out with a knee injury.

Seattle Seahawks

Out

WR Marquise Goodwin (groin, did not participate)
OLB Darrell Taylor (groin, did not participate)

Questionable

WR Penny Hart (hamstring, limited participation)
S Joey Blount (quadricep, did not participate)

Arizona Cardinals

Out

OL Max Garcia (shoulder, did not participate)
OL Rodney Hudson (knee, did not participate)
CB Christian Matthew (hamstring, did not participate)

Questionable

S Budda Baker (ankle, limited participation)
RB James Conner (ribs, limited participation)
LB Dennis Gardeck, ankle, limited participation)
OL D.J. Humphries (back, limited participation)
DL Jonathan Ledbetter (ribs, did not participate)

Thursday's Injury Report

Receiver Marquise Goodwin and outside linebacker Darrell Taylor were held out of practice for the second straight day, both due to groin injuries, but the Seahawks did have several players go from limited participation on Wednesday to full participation Thursday, a group that includes receivers DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett, center Austin Blythe, linebacker Jordyn Brooks and right guard Gabe Jackson.

Three players were limited due to injury for a second straight day: receiver Penny Hart, safety Ryan Neal and tight end Noah Fant.

The Cardinals had six players sit out practice with injuries, a group that includes All-Pro safety Budda Baker, and starting offensive linemen Rodney Hudson and D.J. Humphries.

Seattle Seahawks

Did Not Participate

WR Marquise Goodwin (groin)
OLB Darrell Taylor (groin)

Limited Participation

WR Penny Hart (hamstring)
S Ryan Neal (ankle)
TE Noah Fant (hamstring)
NT Al Woods (NIR-resting player)

Full participation

G Gabe Jackson (hip/knee)
WR Tyler Lockett (hamstring/ribs)
WR DK Metcalf (knee)
C Austin Blythe (knee)
LB Jordyn Brooks (ankle)

Arizona Cardinals

Did Not Participate

S Budda Baker (ankle)
OL Max Garcia (shoulder)
OL Rodney Hudson (knee)
OL D.J. Humphries (back)
DL Jonathan Ledbetter (ribs)
CB Christian Matthew (hamstring)
RB Darrell Williams (hip)

Limited Participation

RB James Conner (ribs)
LB Dennis Gardeck (ankle)
CB Byron Murphy Jr. (back)
K Matt Prater (right hip)
LB Cameron Thomas (back)

Full Participation

OL Josh Jones (knee)

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Wednesday's Injury Report

All but two Seahawks practiced in some capacity on Wednesday, with only Darrell Taylor (groin) and Marquise Goodwin (groin) sitting out.

Taylor played early in last week's game, but had to come out after just three plays due to the injury had him listed as questionable coming into the weekend. Goodwin seemingly made it through Sunday's game issue, catching four passes in a win over the Giants.

Among those listed as questionable were receivers DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett, who both played through injuries last week, as well as receiver Penny Hart, who has missed the last three games with a hamstring injury. Center Austin Blythe, who left Sunday's game with a knee injury, was also limited.

The Cardinals held a walkthrough on Wednesday, so their injury report listed below is an estimation of participation had they held a full practice.

Seattle Seahawks

Did Not Participate

WR Marquise Goodwin (groin)
OLB Darrell Taylor (groin)

Limited Participation

G Gabe Jackson (hip/knee)
WR Penny Hart (hamstring)
WR Tyler Lockett (hamstring/ribs)
WR DK Metcalf (knee)
C Austin Blythe (knee)
LB Jordyn Brooks (ankle)
S Ryan Neal (ankle)
TE Noah Fant (hamstring)

Arizona Cardinals

Did Not Participate

S Budda Baker (ankle)
OL Max Garcia (shoulder)
OL Rodney Hudson (knee)
OL D.J. Humphries (back)
DL Jonathan Ledbetter (ribs)
CB Christian Matthew (hamstring)
RB Darrell Williams (hip)

Limited Participation

RB James Conner (ribs)
LB Dennis Gardeck (ankle)
CB Byron Murphy Jr. (back)
K Matt Prater (right hip)
LB Cameron Thomas (back)

Full Participation

OL Josh Jones (knee)

The Seahawks face the Cardinals at State Farm Stadium for Week 9 of the 2022 season. Take a look back at photos from previous games between the two teams.

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