With a game just three days away, the Seahawks had 15 players on their practice report Monday.
Of the 15 players, 13 did not participate in what was more of a walk-through than a practice. The other two were running back C.J. Prosise, who was a full participant coming back from an ankle injury, and defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson, who was limited with an oblique injury.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said Monday morning on Brock and Salk that Prosise is expected to return to action Thursday against Arizona. Seattle’s backfield just might need him, too, as Carroll told reporters on Monday afternoon that it’s still unknown if Eddie Lacy (groin) will be able to play against the Cardinals.
Not listed on Seattle’s report is defensive end Dion Jordan, who is expected to come off the Injured Reserve/Non-Football Injury list this week and added to the team’s 53-man roster. Carroll said Jordan, who returned to practice last week in a limited capacity, “has a chance this week” to play. That would mark his first action not only since signing a one-year deal with the Seahawks in the offseason, but since the 2014 season. The third overall pick of the 2013 draft, Jordan missed significant time due to suspensions while a member of the Miami Dolphins, and has spent this season recovering from knee surgery.
Here is the full list of Seahawks players who were listed as not participating in Monday’s practice:
G Luke Joeckel (knee); FB Tre Madden (calf); DE Marcus Smith (concussion); WR Tyler Lockett (shoulder); TE Jimmy Graham (ankle); RB Eddie Lacy (groin); LB D.J. Alexander (ankle); CB Richard Sherman (Achilles); S Earl Thomas (hamstring); G Oday Aboushi (shoulder); T Germain Ifedi (finger); CB Jeremy Lane (thigh); DE Michael Bennett (heel).