Seahawks Wide Receiver Expected To Play Week 16

He's been dealing with wrist and ankle injuries.

Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said that wide receiver Marquise Goodwin is likely to play Saturday against the Kansas City Chiefs.

Goodwin was listed as a full practice participant Tuesday because of the wrist issue, but he ended up managing to log just a limited practice the next day, putting his status in doubt for the weekend. It was later revealed that the veteran receiver suffered an ankle sprain during Wednesday's practice, causing him to miss Thursday's session entirely.

His status will be one to keep a close eye on leading up to the 1 p.m ET kickoff for Saturday's game. If he does indeed play, he'll be in for a big role as he'll be taking Tyler Lockett's place as the No. 2 receiver.

In 12 games this season, the thirty-two-year-old has 27 receptions for 387 receptions and four touchdowns on 38 targets.

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