Sunday update: Metcalf went from a full practice to a limited one on Sunday. This is likely just to rest his foot, but it is something to keep an eye on as they get ready for the Rams on Tuesday night.
Friday update: DK Metcalf returned to practice on Friday and head coach Pete Carroll says the Metcalf should be able to play barring a setback, per John Boyle.
The Seahawks-Rams game has been moved to Tuesday night at 7 p.m.eastern, so Metcalf will get a little extra time to rest his foot injury, but then will have a quicker turnaround for Week 16, which could put him in a tough spot.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver D.K. Metcalf has been managing a foot injury for much of the season. The injury usually keeps him out one day of practice a week, but he has now missed two days in a row, missing Wednesday and Thursday of this week with his foot injury.
The Seahawks are in trouble at receiver, as Tyler Lockett is already on the COVID-19 list and Dee Eskridge didn’t practice with a foot injury himself. Phillip Dorsett and Peny Hart appear to be the healthiest of the group.