Looks like the Seattle Seahawks will finally see a familiar face return to the field this Sunday.
On Tuesday’s presser, head coach Pete Carroll stated that starting running back Chris Carson was actually out at practice today without limitations.
Carroll also said cornerback Shaquill Griffin and center Ethan Pocic also practiced on Tuesday
“They did get out there today and got to work,” Said Carroll. “They were doing all the regular practice stuff today, so it’s a good sign.”
Carson has missed the last four games with a sprained foot that he suffered during the Week 7 loss to the Arizona Cardinals.
Last week, Carson was very limited to practice and the Seahawks decided to hold him out of the game against the Cardinals on Sunday for good measure.
Griffin has also missed the past four games with a concussion and a hamstring injury, which has kept him out for the last two games.
For Pocic, the starting center has missed the past two games due to concussion protocol. He is expected to return Sunday agains the Eagles.
Knowing that information, Russell Wilson and the rest of the Seahawks offensive line must be happy to have Pocic back in the starting lineup after having to switch the line around a few times in the last four games.
The Seahawks (7-3) next game is against the Philadelphia Eagles (3-6-1) on the road Nov. 30 and are looking to have most of their players that have missed some games through most of the season.