Seahawks add Rashaad Penny, Tre Flowers to injury report

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Seahawks running back Rashaad Penny injured his hamstring in Friday’s practice. That prompted the team to add him to their status report as questionable for Sunday against the Saints.

C.J. Prosise likely would see more work if Penny can’t go.

The team also made cornerback Tre Flowers a late addition, listing him as questionable after he injured his ankle at Thursday’s practice. Jamar Taylor or Akeem King would start for Flowers.

The Seahawks also list free safety Tedric Thompson (hamstring) as questionable. He missed last week’s game with his injury.

Offensive lineman Ethan Pocic (neck) and cornerback Neiko Thorpe (hamstring) are doubtful.

Ziggy Ansah is ready to make his debut, and Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said he expects the defensive end to get “a bunch of plays in this game.”

Defensive tackle Poona Ford and receiver David Moore also exited the injury report.

9 responses to “Seahawks add Rashaad Penny, Tre Flowers to injury report

  1. Great! Looks like some Carson, Prosise, and Homer this week. Saints fans actually think this is a 50/50 game for a win. That’s maybe what it would have been closer to with Brees but good grief, the Seahawks will have to beat hemselves for this not to go Seattle’s way.

  2. californianewton says:
    September 20, 2019 at 8:22 pm
    evolutionary change:
    Legion of Boom -> Legion of Bust -> Legion of walking boot.
    +++
    You need a new hobby. Because your current one is borderline stocking. I.E. posting on every Seahawks article.

  3. imthatguyx2
    Sep 20, 2019, 5:41 PM PDT
    californianewton says:
    September 20, 2019 at 8:22 pm
    evolutionary change:
    Legion of Boom -> Legion of Bust -> Legion of walking boot.
    +++
    You need a new hobby. Because your current one is borderline stocking. I.E. posting on every Seahawks article.

    And he is not very informed, nor are his facts/comments very accurate.

  4. Saints, without Brees, are still a much better team than the Bengals, or the Steelers without Roethlisbergr. Both those were tight games. So please stop making Seattle fans look like dolts with your dismissive comments.

  5. Seahawks should’ve lost two weeks ago at home against a bad Bengals team. Even with Bridgewater starting, this team is miles better than Cincinnati. Overlook us, I dare you.

  6. More worried about game in Arizona than this Sunday against backup QBs. Remember, this is the second of back to back stay on the west coast road games for NO. Seahawks should easily take this by 2 scores. If they don’t, wake me up in December because it’s another wildcard 1 and done season.

  7. I am surprised that Snide did not win the executive of the year award for drafting Rashaad Penny in the first round.

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