Coach Pete Carroll said defensive end Chris Clemons is a possibility to play on Thursday at Arizona. Clemons injured his elbow against Tennessee on Sunday, and Carroll didn’t sound optimistic after that game about his chances to play Thursday. But Clemons is questionable and practiced on Wednesday.
“He definitely has a chance,” Carroll said.
Carroll said tight end Zach Miller is “full go” after missing the last two weeks with a hamstring injury. “He’s going to have to kind of play himself back out there,” Carroll said.
Running back Marshawn Lynch was listed on the injury report with a hip injury for the second straight week, but Carroll said Lynch is fine and will play.
“He feels good enough and he should be good,” Carroll said. “But we won’t really know until we get out there and start playing.”
Linebacker Bobby Wagner, as expected, won’t play for the second straight week with an ankle injury.
Offensive tackle Breno Giacomini has also “turned the corner”, Carroll said, and is not limping around anymore. Giacomini had some fluid removed from his knee over the weekend, and Carroll said that made a big difference. Carroll said Giacomini is still a few weeks away from possibly returning.
Carroll said running back Spencer Ware has “turned the corner” and is working out now, although he is still a couple weeks from returning. Ware is a rookie the Seahawks picked in the sixth round.