The Seahawks will be in Atlanta for the beginning of Sunday’s season without receivers, Phillip Dorsett II, and backup Jamarco Jones offensive liner. Both were classified as dubious headings, Dorsett for foot injuries and Jones for disease. The Seahaws removed Chad Wheeler from the exercise team Saturday, with both the Seahawks, as a means of offering deep insight behind starters, Duane Brown and Brandon Shell. Tackle was also omitted on Friday due to the breasts injury.
A few rookies who had solid camps and run behind DeeJay Dallas and Alton Robinson’s defensive end are also inactive.
Prior to being slowed to foot injury, Dorsett was the first applicant for the recipient job No. 3 behind Tyler Lockett and DK Metcalf, but Seahawk’s coach Pete Carroll noted on Friday that even without Dorsett they still like the depth.
“The best David ever was, David (Moore), was on it,” Carroll said. “The best David ever. Freddie Swain has done a fantastic job; we are looking forward to seeing Freddie. We would really have not hesitated to play Freddie. “We’ll play a lot of guys. Freddie Swain’s done a nice job, we’re excited to see Freddie. We just won’t have any hesitation playing Freddie. “We are going to play many players.
Penny Hart, who was recently promoted by the practice party, is also involved in addition to Moore and Swain. And if you wonder why the Seahawks have only six inactive today, the new CBA is the law that permits teams up to 48 players to play, so that there are at least eight offensive line operators.
For both teams, here are the complete inactive lists:
WR Phillip Dorsett II
RB DeeJay Dallas
LB D’Andre Walker
OT Jamarco Jones
OT Cedric Ogbuehi
DE Alton Robinson
CB Kendall Sheffield
RB Qadree Ollison
T Timon Parris
DT Marlon Davidson
DE Charles Harris