Injury Update

Seahawks prone to confront Cowboys without both second-round picks

At the point when Day 2 of the 2022 NFL Draft shows up, fans and spectators felt the Seattle Seahawks added two possible playmakers by choosing outside linebacker Boye Mafe and running back Ken Walker III consecutive from the get-go in the subsequent round.

Mafe would have the option to assist a pass with surging that has neglected to get to the quarterback in late seasons reliably,

while Walker could give profundity and grand slam potential behind 2018 first-round pick Rashaad Penny.

Sadly, Walker experienced a hernia during the preseason opener against the Pittsburgh Steelers, and in the wake of going through a system to fix the hernia is normal out until basically Week 1.

Then, Thursday against the Chicago Bears Mafe momentarily left the game with a shoulder injury before later returning.

Notwithstanding, as per lead trainer Pete Carroll, the seriousness and nature of Mafe's physical issue presently require further evaluation and he is probably not going to play in the preseason finale against the Dallas Cowboys.