Seahawks Friday Injury Report: Quinton Dunbar, Shaquill Griffin, Ethan Pocic and Bryan Mone All Ruled Out For Sunday’s Game at LA

The Seahawks will play second consecutive road game Sunday whey take on the LA Rams at the newly build So FI Stadium. The $6 billion stadium is located in Inglewood California. Sundays contest will be no sightseeing excursion for the  Seahawks who are limping into Sundays contest with  the Rams

OFFENSIVE WOES


The Seahawks offense took a big hit this week when center Ethan Pocic who has started the first eight games. According to head coach, Pete Carrol Pocic suffered a concussion during last Sunday’s loss to the Buffalo Bills but did not disclose the injury. Kyle Fuller will start at center in place of  Pocic. The  Seahawks claimed  Fuller from the waiver wire after the Miami Dolphin left him go. Kyler last start at center in the NFL was week 16 in 2017 with the Miami  Dolphins

OFFENSIVE BACKFIELD STILL UNDECIDED

The Seahawks running back unit took a step forward this week according to Carroll.  Running backs Chris Carson and Carlos Hyde participated in running drills and will be game-time decisions.

Rookie DeeJay Dallas has started the last two games at running back. Travis Homer returned to action last week with mixed results. Homer had 6 rushes for  16 yards and three receptions for 64 yards. Dallas had seven rushed for 31 yards with one touchdown and two receptions for eight yards.

DEFENSIVE  WOES


The Seahawks already stretched pass defense took another gut punch this week with  Shaquill Griffin ( concussion/hamstring) and  Quinton Dunbar ( knee ) both ruled out of Sunday’s game.

Griffin has sat out the last  two games due to the concussion. Dunbar has started the three games..

Defensive lineman Bryan Mone’s absence due to an ankle injury opens the door for  Damon “ snacks” Harrison. Sunday will be Harrison’s debut with the Seahawks. The former All-Pro and nine-year veteran started 15 games for the Detroit Lions last year.

“I am really excited to see him play,” Carroll said. “He’s been a unique player for a long time. He’s worked really hard to get ready to go. I’m really hoping he’ll have some success and have some fun playing football again … the style of play that he brings fits really well.”

Other injuries for the Seahawks according to head coach Pete Carroll included:

K.J. Wright ( ankle),  Neiko Thorpe I hip) and Mike Lupati ( back). All three are expect to play on Sunday.

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