The Seattle Seahawks issued their final injury report of the week and it’s the shortest it’s been all season heading into the playoffs.
Only two players appeared on the list, cornerback Shaquill Griffin with a hamstring injury and defensive tackle Jarran Reed with a sore oblique. Both players are questionable to play Saturday against the Rams in the wild-card round.
Coach Pete Carroll gave an update on Griffin and Reed during his Thursday press conference after the walkthrough.
Griffin, who did not participate in practice, should be ready to go on Saturday.
“It’s not related (to the previous hamstring injury), it’s just a little bit tight,” Carroll told reporters. “We just want to give him a day.”
As for Reed, he was limited in practice and should be good to go as well.
“He practiced today and he did fine,” Carroll said. “We kind of managed him as he got through it to make sure that we’re doing the right thing, and we feel like he made it through and he’s ready to go.”
Kickoff against the Rams is set for 1:40 p.m. PT on Saturday at Lumen Field.
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