Kenneth Walker, Tyler Lockett’s availability against Browns in question

Pete Carroll and the Seattle Seahawks hit their stride after dismantling the Arizona Cardinals.

But they may be missing some key weapons that Geno Smith likes to use when facing the Cleveland Browns.

The availability of Kenneth Walker and Tyler Lockett is questionable. This latest update could prove to be a major blow to the Seahawks rotation.

Geno Smith’s most reliable weapons, Kenneth Walker and Tyler Lockett, did not practice for the second day in a row, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

Walker is currently nursing an injured calf, which could rule him out of Pete Carroll’s rotation for their matchup against the Browns.

Lockett, however, is trying to recover from a hamstring injury, which also prevents him from playing.

There is no definitive roster for the Seahawks for this weekend’s game. But if both players become unavailable, there will be huge responsibilities to fill. For example, Walker carried the team’s running game against the Cardinals.

He scored 26 carries, giving him 105 rushing yards, contributing to the victory. Lockett was also one of the most amazing receivers in their victory.

His four receptions combined for 38 receiving yards and 9.5 yards per catch average.

The Browns went to a shootout in their last game against the Indianapolis Colts.

This means they are more than ready to throw the ball further and maintain their high yards per play average against the Seahawks. Will Pete Carroll be able to make the right adjustments en route to a record five wins?

Seahawks-Browns injury report: Three star players missed Thursday’s practice.

The Seattle Seahawks have several star players listed on the injury report who have yet to practice this week, but there shouldn’t be too much cause for concern. We think.

Linebacker Bobby Wagner, receiver Tyler Lockett and running back Kenneth Walker III were DNP Thursday.

Lockett has had a few DNPs in recent weeks, so there’s probably nothing to worry about, and Wagner could benefit from some veteran rest.

Walker is interesting because anything “calf” is cause for concern. Right fielder Phil Haynes was still out of practice and, unlike the other three, did not play in last week’s win over the Arizona Cardinals.

It’s looking increasingly likely that Anthony Bradford will pick Haynes for the second year in a row.
The optimistic view is that the big names are resting and only Haynes has doubts.

On the bright side, Zach Charbonnet and Kenny McIntosh participated fully in practice, so even if Walker can’t attend for whatever reason, reinforcements are on the way.

DK Metcalf is fully operational, so we expect him to play against the Cleveland Browns. The same goes for center Evan Brown.

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