The Seattle Seahawks are gearing up for another primetime showdown this Sunday against the visiting Minnesota Vikings on Sunday Night Football at CenturyLink Field.
On Friday, the Seahawks released their final injury report, where a few familiar faces have been listed as questionable and could return to the field on Sunday.
Jamal Adams - Adams suffered a groin injury in Seattle's Week 3 victory over the Dallas Cowboys and hasn't played since, including not traveling to the Seahawks Week 4 road game in Miami.
On Sunday, Seahawks PR also released that safety Lano Hill (back) is ruled out as well.
In his time on the field, Adams has been as good as advertised totaling 23 tackles (14 solo), two sacks, and a pass defended.
No players listed.
Rookie linebacker Jordyn Brooks (knee); running back Carlos Hyde (shoulder); guard Mike Iupati (knee/back); corner Quinton Dunbar (knee).
Brooks, who didn't play against Miami with a knee sprain, will likely not play against Minnesota. Seattle head coach Pete Carroll specified it will be tough for Brooks to return from his injury in time for Sunday's game.
On the flip side, the Vikings will be without WR K.J. Osborn and listed as questionable are corners Kris Boyd and Holton Hill.
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Sunday Night Football between the Seahawks and Vikings will kickoff at 5:20 PM (PT) in Seattle, Washington.
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