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Having already allowed the most passing yards through a team’s first three games in NFL history, the Seattle Seahawks’ beleaguered secondary will be missing All-Pro strong safety Jamal Adams and cornerback Quinton Dunbar for Sunday’s game against the Miami Dolphins.
The Seahawks (3-0) ruled out another defensive starter, first-round pick Jordyn Brooks, and signed Shaquem Griffin off their practice squad for depth at linebacker/edge-rusher.
Running backs Chris Carson and Carlos Hyde are among six Seahawks listed as questionable, though coach Pete Carroll sounds confident that both will be available Sunday. Carson suffered what Carroll called a first-degree knee strain in last week’s win over the Dallas Cowboys, but he was a full participant in practice Friday after limited participation the previous two days. Hyde, Carson’s primary backup, was limited all week and wore a red no-contact jersey as Seattle tried to protect his sore shoulder.
Carroll told Seattle’s KIRO Radio 97.3 FM that Carson “was able to really show us that he was ready.”
“He did fine,” Carroll said of Carson in his afternoon news conference. “We’ve got him listed as questionable. He was on the ground after