Griffin (hamstring) is questionable heading into Sunday's game against Carolina, Brady Henderson of ESPN.com reports.
Griffin went from limited Wednesday to missing Thursday altogether, and he sat out again during Friday's practice. That leaves his status for Week 15 legitimately up in the air.
Griffin (hamstring) did not practice Thursday, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.
Griffin's inability to practice in any form means he is trending down for Sunday's game against the Panthers. Losing the third-year defensive back would be a major blow to a Seahawks secondary tasked with containing a pair of talented young receivers in D.J. Moore and Curtis Samuel in Week 15. If Griffin cannot suit up Sunday, Akeem King is slated to fill in at cornerback opposite Tre Flowers.
Griffin (hamstring) was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.
Griffin didn't seem bothered by this issue during this past Sunday's loss to the Rams, as he played every defensive snap and recorded four tackles (two solo). However, it's concerning heading into Sunday's game against the Panthers as the Seahawks look to keep pace in the NFC West. Griffin's work in coverage has improved drastically this year; he's allowed just 6.2 yards per target while adding 13 pass breakups. If he's unable to play in Week 15, Tre Flowers will be the undisputed No. 1 corner while Akeem King and Ryan Neal would both see boosts in usage.
Griffin has allowed just seven receptions for 63 yards and a touchdown over the last three weeks, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports.
The Seahawks' secondary looked exposed after allowing 395 passing yards to the Bengals in Week 1, but it has bounced back well. Griffin has led the charge, and second-year pro Tre Flowers has been a solid complement. Over the last three games, opponent's top receivers -- JuJu Smith-Schuster, Michael Thomas and Larry Fitzgerald -- have averaged five catches for 61.7 yards and zero touchdowns. Griffin and the Seahawks have their toughest test on tap against the Rams, a team that rolls out a top-tier trio of Brandin Cooks, Robert Woods and Cooper Kupp and averages 298 passing yards per game, the fifth-highest figure in the league.
Griffin said Friday that he has lost 12 pounds this offseason, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio 950 KJR Seattle reports.
The drop in weight puts Griffin back under 200 pounds, with the change a result of the defensive back feeling he didn't have his usual level of endurance last season. Griffin believes that he'll be able to reach top speed more efficiently at a lighter weight in 2019.
Griffin made 62 tackles, eight pass breakups and two interceptions in 16 games during the 2018 season.
Griffin took a step back from the 15 pass breakups he made in his rookie season, and it was clear that he struggled with inconsistency at times, including the playoff loss to the Cowboys where he missed multiple tackles and allowed Michael Gallup to haul in an 11-yard touchdown pass. He'll look to iron out those kinks during the offseason and remain as the top left cornerback in 2019.
Griffin (ankle) does not have an injury designation for Saturday's wild-card game against the Cowboys, Gregg Bell of The Tacoma News Tribune reports.
Griffin sustained a right ankle sprain during Seattle's regular-season finale, and he appears on track to play through the injury versus Dallas. Barring any setbacks, the 23-year-old is expected to draw his usual start at left cornerback.
Griffin (ankle) did not participate at practice Tuesday, Gregg Bell of The Tacoma News Tribune reports.
Griffin suffered the right ankle sprain in the regular season finale against the Cardinals, and coach Pete Carroll said Monday that it was "pretty stiff." The 23-year-old will attempt to practice Thursday, which makes it difficult to see him avoiding the injury report for the wild-card game. Akeem King filled in at cornerback in his absence and could do so again Saturday at Dallas should Griffin be sidelined.
Coach Pete Carroll said Monday that Griffin's ankle is "pretty stiff," John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.
"We've got to wait and see on that one," Carroll said with reference to Griffin's sprained ankle. The second-year cornerback picked up the injury during the first half of a Week 17 win over the Cardinals and was kept sidelined for the remainder of the contest for fear of aggravating his sprain. Until Tuesday's first practice report of the week is released, Griffin's chances of suiting up versus the Cowboys in Saturday's postseason clash will remain murky.
Griffin suffered a slight ankle sprain in Sunday's win over the Cardinals, Brady Henderson of ESPN.com reports.
Griffin didn't return after suffering the injury in the first half of Sunday's game. Coach Pete Carroll said after the game that Griffin wanted to return to the game, but that the team held him out to be sure the injury didn't worsen. The team doesn't seem concerned about Griffin's ability to play against the Cowboys in this coming Saturday's wild-card game.
Griffin is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Cardinals due to an ankle injury, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio 950 KJR Seattle reports.
Griffin picked up an ankle injury during the first half of Sunday's contest, and got his right foot taped up on the sidelined according to Brady Henderson of ESPN.com. It's encouraging that the starting cornerback did not head to the locker room, but it remains to be seen whether Griffin will retake the field Week 17.
Griffin (hip) is active for Sunday's game against the Chiefs.
Griffin was initially listed as questionable for Week 16, but will ultimately play through his hip injury. Expect the second-year pro to draw his usual start at left cornerback.
Coach Pete Carrol said Friday that Griffin (hip) will play against the Chiefs on Sunday, Gregg Bell of The Tacoma News Tribune reports.
Griffin is officially listed as questionable for Week 16, but he appears on track to suit up. The second-year pro is expected to draw his usual start at left cornerback and will attempt to contain Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs.
Griffin recorded four solo tackles, three pass breakups and two interceptions during Monday's 24-17 loss to the Bears.
Griffin needed to be on top of his game since Tre Flowers (hamstring), who starts on the opposite side, was inactive. The Seahawks will host a Week 3 matchup with the Cowboys, who feature a weak wide receiver corps but a quarterback that rarely turns the ball over.
Griffin (thigh) is listed as active Monday at Chicago.
Griffin appeared on the injury report Friday as a non-participant due to a thigh injury, which contained him to a limited tag Saturday and questionable designation for Week 2. Now that he's deemed active, he'll look to uphold the standard set (4-6 tackles per game) so far in his career.
Griffin (thigh) is questionable for Monday's game against Chicago.
Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll stated that Griffin's injury isn't overly serious. It appears the team is listing the starting corner as questionable for precautionary reasons, but he has a good chance at suiting up.
Griffin (thigh) didn't participate in Friday's practice, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports.
Griffin will have a chance to get back to practice Saturday as the Seahawks prepare for a Monday meeting with the Bears. The second-year pro is the clear No. 1 corner in Seattle, and his absence would open the door for Justin Coleman to log starter reps. If Griffin does miss Week 2, all Bears skill players will see their values rise.
Griffin made six solo tackles in Sunday's 27-24 loss to the Broncos.
Griffin played solid for the most part, but he allowed a four-yard catch by Demaryius Thomas that turned out to be the winning score. He'll face off against the Bears -- a team without the same caliber of receivers -- in Week 2.
Griffin made four solo tackles and broke up two passes during Friday's 21-20 preseason loss to the Vikings.
Griffin was lined up with Vikings wide receiver Stefon Diggs, and though he was beat four times for 51 yards he showed he could hang with high-end wideouts. The Seahawks' secondary the team put out there was raw, but it didn't allow Diggs, Adam Thielen or Kyle Rudolph to score.
Griffin (hamstring) worked in a scrimmage with the base defense Thursday, Gregg Bell of The Tacoma News Tribune reports.
Griffin is expected to play in Saturday's preseason game against the Chargers. This will be a chance to see how the second-year pro adjusts to his new LCB position -- he was shifted from the right side after Richard Sherman departed. Griffin's rookie performance of 59 tackles, 15 pass breakups and one interception initiated his path to possibly becoming the Seahawks' next secondary staple.
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