LT Brandon Frye was placed on injured reserve after an injury that turned out to be more serious than just a stinger. Coach Jim Mora did not provide any update other than it was season-ending, and it was diagnosed after he lost feeling. Mora said Frye butted heads with an opponent on the play he was injured -- something that happens hundreds of times a game -- and he just dropped.
With Frye out for the season, Seattle signed veteran tackle Damion McIntosh, who has previous experience working with offensive line coach Mike Solari. Solari was Kansas City's offensive coordinator in 2007 when McIntosh played with the Chiefs.
Kyle Williams will prepare to start this week at left tackle.
CB Ken Lucas returned to Mississippi where his father will be buried Friday. Lucas is expected to play in Sunday's game.
S C.J. Wallace is out with a hamstring injury this week.
FB Justin Griffith remains the starting fullback and will be back 100 percent for Sunday's game.
Seattle signed guard Mark Lewis, a rookie from Oregon, to the practice squad. "We're collecting offensive linemen," Mora joked.