Omitted from the final injury report on Friday, the Seattle Seahawks will have running back Ken Walker III, receiver DK Metcalf, and linebacker Bobby Wagner in action against the Cleveland Browns on Sunday.
However, they still could be without a pair of notable stars at Lumen Field. Dealing with a hamstring injury that has bothered him for a couple of weeks, receiver Tyler Lockett didn’t practice on Wednesday or Thursday and received a questionable designation. Meanwhile, after being limited on Thursday, safety Jamal Adams also surprisingly received a questionable designation with a knee issue that could be related to his prior torn quad tendon.
If Lockett isn’t able to go, the Seahawks could make a roster move to activate Dee Eskridge, whose six-game suspension ended last week and returned to practice on Monday. Veteran Cody Thompson also remains on the 53-man roster and could see an uptick in snaps behind Metcalf, Jaxon Smith-Njigba, and Jake Bobo.