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Wild Card Week Injury Report: Seahawks vs. Rams

Updates on the Seahawks’ injury situation heading into their Wild Card playoff game against the Rams, including gameday injury designations. 

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The Seahawks host the Rams at Lumen Field on Saturday in the Wild Card round of the playoffs, and injuries are a key storyline for both teams. Seahawks Pro-Bowl safety Jamal Adams and starting defensive tackle Jarran Reed both left last week's game with injuries, while the Rams played in Week 17 without quarterback Jared Goff, who had surgery less than two weeks ago after injuring his thumb in L.A.'s Week 16 loss in Seattle. Adams' status became less of a mystery on Wednesday, however, when he emphatically declared that he is playing.

Thursday's Injury Report

The Seahawks should head into Saturday's game at or very near full strength, with only two players listed on the final injury report. That being said, the two listed as questionable, cornerback Shaquill Griffin and defensive tackle Jarran Reed, are both important parts of Seattle's defense, so missing either of them would be significant.

A day after making it clear he planned to play despite a shoulder injury, safety Jamal Adams has no injury designation, meaning he is indeed good to go. Defensive tackle Bryan Mone, who was held out Wednesday with an ankle injury, also was not on the final report, nor was guard Mike Iupati, who is expected back from a two-game absence caused by a neck injury.

The Rams also have only two players listed as questionable, though one of them is starting quarterback Jared Goff, who had thumb surgery following L.A.'s Week 16 loss in Seattle.

Seattle Seahawks

Questionable

  • DT Jarran Reed (oblique, limited participation)
  • CB Shaquill Griffin (hamstring, did not participate)

Los Angeles Rams

Questionable

  • QB Jared Goff (right thumb, limited participation)
  • LB Micah Kiser (knee, limited participation)
  • OL David Edward (ankle, limited participation)

Wednesday's Injury Report

The Seahawks had only one player sit out Wednesday's practice, defensive tackle Bryan Mone, who has an ankle injury. While that will be something to monitor the rest of the week, the fact the other 52 players on the roster were able to participate is an encouraging sign. Returning to practice Wednesday after not participating a day earlier were safety Jamal Adams, defensive tackle Jarran Reed, running back Chris Carson and left tackle Duane Brown.

For the Rams, the most noteworthy development is that starting quarterback Jared Goff, who is less than two weeks removed from thumb surgery, was a limited participant in practice.

Seattle Seahawks

Did Not Participate

  • DT Bryan Mone (ankle)

Limited Participation

  • DT Jarran Reed (oblique)
  • RB Chris Carson (foot/load management)
  • T Duane Brown (knee/resting vet)
  • S Jamal Adams (shoulder/hand)

Full Participation

  • T Brandon Shell (ankle)
  • TE Greg Olsen (foot)
  • LB K.J. Wright (ankle)
  • G Damien Lewis (neck)
  • G Mike Iupati (neck)
  • RB DeeJay Dallas (ankle)
  • S Damarious Randall (not injury related)

Los Angeles Rams

Limited Participation

  • LB Micah Kiser (knee)
  • QB Jared Goff (right thumb)
  • OLB Natrez Patrick (groin)
  • OL David Edwards (ankle)

Full participation

  • RB Cam Akers (ankle)
  • OL Joseph Noteboom (back)
  • DL Aaron Donald (not injury related)

Tuesday Injury Report

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said Tuesday that Adams will likely be a game-day decision, and the safety did not practice to start out the week. Reed was also held out, as were tackle Duane Brown, running back Chris Carson and cornerback Jayson Stanley. In the case of Carson, who is listed as foot/load management, and Brown (knee/resting veteran), the absences would appear to be precautionary more than anything.

Mike Iupati, who is hoping to get back this week after missing two games with a neck injury, was limited Tuesday, as was running back DeeJay Dallas, who has also missed the past two games with an ankle injury. Tackle Brandon Shell, who has missed five of the past six games, was a full participant, as was Greg Olsen, who was held out of Sunday's game after returning from injured reserve the week before.

The Rams held a walk-thru practice and not a full practice Tuesday, so their injury report is an estimation of if they had practiced. Goff was listed as a limited participant, and Rams coach Sean McVay told reporters he wouldn't be announcing a decision on who will play quarterback ahead of the game.

Seattle Seahawks

Did Not Participate

  • DT Jarran Reed (oblique)
  • RB Chris Carson (foot/load management)
  • T Duane Brown (knee/resting vet)
  • CB Jayson Stanley (hamstring)
  • S Jamal Adams (shoulder/hand)

Limited Participation

  • G Mike Iupati (neck)
  • RB DeeJay Dallas (ankle)

Full Participation

  • T Brandon Shell (ankle)
  • TE Greg Olsen (foot)
  • RB Carlos Hyde (illness)
  • DT Bryan Mone (ankle)
  • LB K.J. Wright (ankle)
  • G Damien Lewis (neck)

Los Angeles Rams

Did Not Participate

  • DL Aaron Donald (not injury related)
  • OL David Edwards (ankle)

Limited Participation

  • OL Joseph Noteboom (back)
  • LB Micah Kiser (knee)
  • QB Jared Goff (right thumb)
  • OLB Natrez Patrick (groin)
  • RB Cam Akers (ankle)

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