The Seattle Seahawks have now released their final injury report for their Sunday home game against the Pittsburgh Steelers and it includes no surprises based on the way things have transpired over the course of the last two days.
Listed as out on Friday are running back Marshawn Lynch (abdomen) and wide receiver Paul Richardson (hamstring). Lynch, however, has been ruled out since Monday after undergoing hernia surgery. Richardson, on the other hand, hasn’t played since week 10.
Doubtful for Sunday’s game against the Steelers is linebacker Bruce Irvin (knee) as he has failed to practice all week. Irvin also missed the Seahawks Week 11 game against the San Francisco 49ers with a knee injury.
Ending the week listed as probable are wide receiver Doug Baldwin (ankle), tackle Garry Gilliam (ankle), center Patrick Lewis (ankle), running back Thomas Rawls (knee), guard J.R. Sweezy (shoulder), and defensive end Michael Bennett (not injury related).
The Seahawks enter Sunday’s game with a 5-5 record and they currently sit in second place in the NFC West division.