The Seattle Seahawks wants to face Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday.
Coach Pete Carroll confirmed on Friday that Lano Hill (elbow) wants to be out Sunday and could miss a few weeks with elbow injury. "
" He's not gonna make it, "Carroll said.
Carroll also said that veteran Bradley McDougald woke up with back spasms during the week, and that he wants to be a "he's got a thing in his elbow that's gonna take a couple of weeks before we know it."
Blair, who has been chiefly involved in free safety.
Blair, who has been chiefly involved in the safety spots.
Carroll believes the rookie is prepared for.
"If he has his chance to play at high safety, he'll be ready to go, "Carroll said. "I'm counting on him playing really good. He's a runner and a hitter, he's shown that. We just have to settle for it, and it just settles for good. There's no question about his ability level, it's just getting acclimated. He's had a really good week of practice, he's got a lot of work because of the situation with the safeties and it's as ready as he could possibly be at this point right now.
Blair is definitely next in line, although Carroll did mention that he likes the rookie Amadi at free safety as well, they should need him.
Without Hill, the Seahawks wants both Blair and Amadi ready to play big time snaps. If McDougald is out as well, Blair will likely be the starter, with Amadi ready in a reserve role.
McDougald's status is expected to be approximately 90 minutes before time on Sunday, which is set for 1