RENTON, Wash. (AP) — Thinned by injuries, the Seattle Seahawks could go into this week’s key home game against the Minnesota Vikings with just four healthy wide receivers.
Seattle coach Pete Carroll said Wednesday that would be a possibility. The Seahawks are unsure of the status of Braylon Edwards (knee) and Doug Baldwin (ankle), leaving them certain only of having Sidney Rice, Golden Tate, Charly Martin and practice squad call-up Jermaine Kearse against the Vikings.
Edwards and Baldwin are expected to get work this week. Carroll said Baldwin looks better than expected with a high ankle sprain that kept him out last week against Detroit.
Seattle placed receiver Ben Obomanu on injured reserve on Tuesday. Carroll said Obomanu had a wrist injury that required him to be in a cast for six to eight weeks and
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