Pete Carroll said Wednesday that Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner (pectoral) will suit up Thursday at San Francisco. Wagner wasn't available for the Week 6 loss to the Panthers, as he tended to a pectoral strain, but he logged full practices both Tuesday and Wednesday, blazing a trail for his return. On the season, he ranks second on the team in tackles with 41.
Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner (pectoral) was a full participant at Tuesday's practice. Having finally logged a full practice, Wagner seems likely to return for Thursday's game in San Francisco. It still wouldn't be surprising to see him listed as questionable on Wednesday's injury report.
Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner (pectoral) is inactive for Sunday game against the Panthers. Look for K.J. Wright to draw the start at middle linebacker .
Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner (pectoral) is expected to be out Sunday against Carolina, per Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. If Wagner indeed sits out, a huge hole in the middle opens. None of the replacements are especially intriguing.
Panthers linebacker Bobby Wagner (pectoral) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Panthers, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports. According to Brady Henderson of 710 ESPN Seattle, head coach Pete Carroll said multiple times that Wagner will be a game-time decision. If Seattle's defensive signal-caller can't play, it's unclear whether Brock Coyle (knee), Kevin Pierre-Louis (hamstring) or Mike Morgan would get the start. The Seahawks might just use a rotation, so Wagner's IDP owners should look to another team for a replacement.