This is the updated injury list following Pete Carroll’s press conference this afternoon. Detroit’s list hasn’t seen any changes since Friday.

Seattle

Out

CB Tharold Simon (toe)
FS Steven Terrell (hip)


Questionable
RB Marshawn Lynch (calf)
DT Demarcus Dobbs (shoulder)
DT Brandon Mebane
LB Kevin Pierre-Louis (hamstring)

Probable
TE Luke Willson (back)
LB Bobby Wagner (ankle)
LB Mike Morgan (hamstring)
LB KJ Wright (hip)

Detroit

Out

RB Joique Bell (ankle)
TE Brandon Pettigrew (hamstring)

Doubtful
LB DeAndre Levy (hip)
OT Corey Robinson (ankle)

Questionable
DE Ziggy Ansah (groin)
CB Josh Wilson (leg)
OG Larry Warford (ankle)

Probable
DE Jason Jones (knee)

Lynch’s second MRI showed “some findings,” according to Pete Carroll during this afternoon’s press conference. It seems he has a high chance of not playing this game. Carroll said Derrick Coleman would get a bigger role in carrying the ball if Lynch is indeed unable to go.

Mebane appears to be a game-time decision at this point. Dobbs, even though listed as questionable, is not going to play, per Carroll. Kevin Pierre-Louis is the only Seahawks linebacker in danger of missing the game. 

Detroit’s offensive line is looking even more suspect going into Monday night. Veteran guard Larry Warford isn’t expected to play, which means Seattle’s favorite preemptive-snapping offensive lineman Manny Ramirez would move to the right guard spot, with rookie Laken Tomlinson starting at left guard. That’s a plus matchup for Michael Bennett and company if there ever was one.

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