Haynes is on IR with a hip injury, Seahawks digital media reporter John Boyle reports.
Coach Pete Carroll has clarified the nature of the injury that forced the team to put Haynes on IR on Monday. Given the change in IR-related rules for this season, Haynes could return as soon as Week 4 if he heals up by then.
The Seahawks placed Haynes (undisclosed) on injured reserve Monday, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports.
It's unclear what Haynes is dealing with, and he won't be eligible to return until Week 4 versus the Dolphins. Jamarco Jones is expected to be Mike Iupati's primary backup to begin the 2020 season.
Haynes (ankle) wasn't listed on Wednesday's injury report, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.
Haynes missed Week 10's win over the 49ers, but it appears he'll be ready to serve as a depth piece on Seattle's offensive front moving forward.
Haynes (ankle) is listed as inactive for Monday's game against the 49ers.
The 24-year-old was finally activated from the PUP list this week after recovering from a sports hernia, but he picked up the ankle injury during the practice week and will sit out this contest. Haynes' absence will affect the Seahawks' overall depth on the offensive line.
Haynes (ankle) is officially listed as questionable for Monday's game against the 49ers, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.
Haynes was activated from the PUP list earlier this week after recovering from a sports hernia, but an ankle injury clouds his Week 10 status.
Haynes (sports hernia) was activated off the PUP list by the Seahawks on Tuesday, John Boyle of the team's official site reports.
Haynes will provide depth on the Seahawks offensive line. Receiver Gary Jennings was waived in a corresponding move.
Haynes (sports hernia) was designated to return off the PUP list and resumed practicing Wednesday, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio 950 KJR Seattle reports.
Coach Pete Carroll indicated last week that Haynes was slated to return to practice, and he'll indeed returned to the field at the first opportunity. The 23-year-old can practice for three weeks before the team must decide whether to grant him a spot on the 53-man roster.
Haynes (sports hernia) will begin to practice next week according to head coach Pete Carroll, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio KJR reports.
Haynes has been working his way back from offseason sports hernia surgery and now it appears a return is near. He will be eligible to return to the practice field next week and then the coaching staff will have three weeks to decide if they want to move the guard to the active roster.
The Seahawks placed Haynes (sports hernia) on the reserve/PUP list to begin the season, per the league's official transactions report.
Haynes is working his way back from offseason sports hernia surgery. He'll be restricted from practicing or playing for the first six weeks of the regular season.
Haynes underwent surgery on his sports hernia a month ago, which is why he's currently on the Physically Unable to Perform list, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports.
Haynes was placed on the PUP list last week but his injury wasn't reported at the time. Sports hernia surgery has a general recovery timetable of 6-to-12 weeks, which means that Haynes could be looking at a return in the next couple weeks if he approximates the front end of that timeline, or a few weeks into the regular season if he's more in the neighborhood of the back end. When he does return, he's expected to be a top backup along Seattle's offensive line.
The Seahawks placed Haynes (undisclosed) on the Physically Unable to Perform list Wednesday, Brady Henderson of ESPN.com reports.
Seattle selected Haynes (pre-injury) in the fourth round of the 2019 NFL Draft. The 24-year-old was a four-year starter at Wake Forest, starting at guard in his final three seasons. The rookie at the very least can provide depth for Seattle when healthy, but he could be given meaningful time in the trenches this season if the team requires it.