Seahawks vs 49ers: NFL Wild Card Weekend injury report

Seahawks vs 49ers injury report for the Wild Card Weekend game. Christian McCaffrey of San Francisco was LP on Tuesday after practice.

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The Seattle Seahawks, a team that managed to squeak into the playoffs with just the right combination of results in Week 18, will be in San Francisco on January 14th, 2023. They are -9.5 (Unibet) on the spread for the game as they prepare to face the San Francisco 49ers in Wild Card Weekend (Saturday).

The injury report for the Seahawks vs 49ers game has recently been updated. Here’s a summary of the main points that bettors should be aware of ahead of placing bets on this game.

Christian McCaffrey: LP on Tuesday after practice

  • DNP: did not participate in practice
  • LP: limited participant in practice
  • FP: full participant in practice

The injury report listed Christian McCaffrey on it, the running back for San Francisco. McCaffrey, as of Tuesday after practice, has a problem with his knee, according to the report. His official status is “questionable” for the game at hand and he was LP on Tuesday.

The following teammates of his were DNP due to injuries (ie. not rest) on the report for San Francisco: Jimmy Garoppolo (out), Nick Bosa, and Ambry Thomas. In total, San Francisco had ten players listed on their half of the injury report with the McCaffrey situation being the one to watch this week.

Seattle lists seven players on their half of the report

Meanwhile, Seattle had seven players listed on their half of the report. Shelby Harris, Ryan Neal, and Al Woods were questionable for the team among the defensive starters. The offensive starters seemed to be in good shape with Geno Smith, Tyler Lockett, DK Metcalf, and Kenneth Walker III forming the core players that will try for the upset bid.

The injury report will be updated on both Wednesday and Thursday afternoons. The hyperlink above will exit to one of the team’s official websites.

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