Griffin made 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 against the Bears.
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 being the winning score. He'll face off against the Bears, who don't have the same caliber of receivers that the Broncos did, in Week 2.
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