Marshawn Lynch listed as ‘questionable’ for Sunday’s game, will be game-time decision

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RENTON, Wash. — The Seahawks on Friday listed running back Marshawn Lynch as questionable for Sunday’s home opener against the Chicago Bears with a calf injury.

Coach Pete Carroll said Lynch, who reportedly sustained the injury in last week’s game against Green Bay, will be a game-time decision on Sunday.

“We’ve been able to condition him some, but we just wanted to make sure and take care of him during the week,” Carroll said. “So he’ll run tomorrow and we’ll see if he’s OK. It’ll go all the way to gameday on this one, though.”

If Lynch can’t go, running backs Fred Jackson and rookie Thomas Rawls will have to fill in.

Meanwhile, Carroll said strong safety Kam Chancellor will likely play Sunday.

Safety Steven Terrell (hip injury) and cornerback Tharold Simon (toe injury) have both been ruled out for Sunday’s game.






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