Ken Walker has limited practice Thursday after full practice Wednesday

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Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said Tuesday Ken Walker III will be ready to play Sunday. It looked good for Walker’s availability when the running back fully practiced Wednesday.

But Walker was limited Thursday.

Walker underwent a hernia procedure in mid-August, and he only returned to practice this week. So, it’s possible the Seahawks didn’t want to overtax him with full practices two days in a row.

Safety Quandre Diggs (knee) had a full practice Thursday after sitting out a day earlier.

Defensive tackle Shelby Harris (back) and cornerback Artie Burns (groin) remained out of practice.

The Seahawks added cornerback Justin Coleman to the practice report with a calf injury. He was limited.

Offensive guard Gabe Jackson (rest/knee), offensive guard Damien Lewis (knee/ankle) and linebacker Uchenna Nwosu (ankle) were full participants.

3 responses to “Ken Walker has limited practice Thursday after full practice Wednesday

  1. Sit him until he’s ready. Give Penny more than 12 carries, especially when he’s averaging 5 ypc and would have been much higher if not for 2 long runs called back.

  2. I agree that we should give Penny all the carries he can handle and let the new kid get to 100%. I want to see one of these young guys prove they can handle the workload. And Penny really impressed me in week one. So, give it to the one with the hot hand.

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