Wright (knee) was a full participant at Friday's practice, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports. Wright is therefore on track to suit up Monday in a key divisional game against the 49ers, barring a setback. San Francisco has averaged an impressive 171 rush yards per game this season, good for second in the NFL. Wright and the rest of Seattle's defense will look to halt that trend in Week 10.
Wright (knee) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports. Wright missed 11 games last year due to a knee injury, but he hasn't showed any issues this year by consistently logging over 90 percent of the defensive snaps. His practice status leading up to Monday's tilt against the 49ers is worth monitoring since the 30-year-old is a valuable IDP asset, ranking fourth in the league with 78 tackles through nine games (8.8 average).
Wright recorded 10 tackles (six solo) and a pass breakup in Sunday's 40-34 overtime win against the Buccaneers. This is Wright's fourth double-digit tackling performance of the year, and he ranks fourth in the league with 78 stops over nine games. Teammate Bobby Wagner ranks a spot ahead of him with 86 tackles, and both are top-tier IDP assets. Specifically, Wright has notched at least seven tackles in every contest since Week 1.
Wright made 10 tackles (three solo) in Sunday's 27-20 win over the Falcons. This is the fourth time this season Wright stacked up double-digit stops, and he has at least eight tackles in all but one game since Week 1. Wright sits at second on the team behind Bobby Wagner with 58 tackles through eight games.
Wright made eight tackles (four solo) and two pass breakups in Sunday's 30-16 loss to the Ravens. In the shadow of Bobby Wagner, Wright doesn't get as much credit. But he's been a dependable IDP option this year with 58 tackles -- 10th most in the league -- and five pass breakups. He'll look to keep it up in Week 8's matchup against the Falcons.