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RENTON, Wash. — The Seattle Seahawks have listed Chris Carson as questionable for Thursday night’s game against the Arizona Cardinals, but a source told ESPN’s Adam Schefter that the starting running back is unlikely to play.
The good news for the Seahawks’ banged-up backfield is that Carlos Hyde (hamstring) will play for the first time since he and Carson (foot) were injured in Seattle’s overtime loss to Arizona in Week 7. The Seahawks (6-3) have been without their top two running backs since.
“They did make it through the week and Carlos looked strong throughout,” coach Pete Carroll said Wednesday. “Chris, we’re going to wait until tomorrow to figure out what we’re doing with it, but he did practice and looked good in all the stuff that he did. So we’re real close with Chris. Feeling really good that Carlos will be out there.”
The Seahawks also expect to have wide receiver Tyler Lockett available against Arizona (6-3) in a game Seattle needs to win to avoid its first three-game losing streak since 2011, the year before Russell Wilson‘s rookie season. Lockett is listed as questionable because of