Seahawks down 2 starting corners vs. Cardinals; Chris Carson, Tyler Lockett questionable

The Seattle Seahawks, who play the Arizona Cardinals Thursday night, will be shorthanded. Both their starting cornerbacks have been ruled out of the game.

In the final injury report of the week, both Shaquill Griffin (hamstring) and Quinton Dunbar (knee) have been ruled out of the game. Another cornerback, Neiko Thorpe (core), was placed on injured reserve.

They will also be down a starting offensive lineman. Ethan Pocic (concussion) is still in the concussion protocol and did not practice all week. He was ruled out. So was guard Justin Simmons (calf), who missed the entire week of practice.

Starting running back Chris Carson (foot) might return. He sat out Wednesday after being limited on Tuesday and is officially questionable. The Seahawks will get Carlos Hyde back. Running back Travis Homer (knee, thumb) is doubtful.

Receiver Tyler Lockett (knee) practiced on a limited basis Wednesday for the first time all week. He is also questionable. Offensive lineman Kyle Fuller (ankle) is also questionable.

Out

  • CB Shaquill Griffin (hamstring)

  • CB Quinton Dunbar (knee)

  • CB Neiko Thorpe (core — injured reserve)

  • OL Ethan Pocic (concussion)

  • OL Jordan Simmons (calf)

Doubtful

Questionable

  • RB Chris Carson (foot)

  • WR Tyler Lockett (knee)

  • OL Kyle Fuller (ankle)

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