As the Seahawks try to avoid racking up their fourth loss of the season, they may have running back Marshawn Lynch and linebacker Bobby Wagner. Or they may not.
Both are listed as questionable Sunday’s visit from the Panthers.
Lynch has missed the last two games with a hamstring injury. On Friday, coach Pete Carroll told reporters that he expects Lynch to play, via Curtis Crabtree of KJR and PFT. Earlier in the week, Carroll said Lynch will handle the bulk of the carries if he plays, with Thomas Rawls relegated to spot duty as the backup.
Wagner suffered a pectoral injury on Sunday against the Bengals. Carroll, per Crabtree, said Wagner’s status is more uncertain, especially since the Seahawks play on Thursday night in San Francisco, four days after Sunday’s game against the Panthers.
Also questionable for the Seahawks are linebacker Brock Coyle (knee) and defensive end Demarcus Dobbs (shoulder). Cornerback Marcus Burley (hand) is out, and defensive end Frank Clark (hamstring), defensive tackle Jordan Hill (quadricep), linebacker Nick Moody (ankle), and cornerback Tye Smith (hip) are doubtful.