Damontre Moore out, Brock Coyle questionable for Seahawks vs Rams
RENTON – The Seahawks are in fairly good shape health-wise heading into Thursday night’s game against the Rams. Their final injury report lists no starters and only four players in all.
Defensive end Damontre Moore is the only player ruled out aside from running back C.J. Prosise while linebackers Brock Coyle and Dewey McDonald are questionable.
Coach Pete Carroll said Coyle will be a game-time decision after practicing Tuesday and Wednesday, though he noted that the practices were scaled back in intensity because of the physical demands of the quick turnaround from Sunday to Thursday. Coyle has missed the last three games with a foot injury.
Mike Morgan has returned from Injured Reserve during that span and reclaimed his job as Seattle’ starting strong-side linebacker.
Moore, who has become a part of Seattle’s defensive-line rotation, will miss his second straight game because of a foot injury of his own.
Seattle’s injury report lists McDonald has having an illness.
Defensive end Robert Quinn is the most notable name on the Rams’ injury list. He’s listed as doubtful because of a concussion as is starting cornerback E.J. Gaines because of a thigh injury.