Marshawn Lynch listed as questionable for the Seahawks
RENTON -- The Seahawks finished practice this week, and running back Marshawn Lynch worked out for a second consecutive day.
He will be listed as questionable, according to coach Pete Carroll, which equates to a 50-50 chance he'll play.
"He made it through all of the work," Carroll said. "He looked good, but it's still day to day. We've got to see how he responds tomorrow so it takes us all the way to game time to make sure everything is all right."
Lynch had not practiced since suffering from back spasms after playing in Seattle's second exhibition game, which was in Denver.
He watched Wednesday's workout, was limited in practice Thursday and took part in Friday's workout. He was listed as having been limited on the team's official injury report.
Lynch said after practice that he felt he could play if he's cleared by the trainers.
"I feel pretty good," Lynch said.
Wide receiver Golden Tate will miss the game because of a sprained knee and rookie defensive lineman Greg Scruggs isn't expected to play either after missing the week because of a sore hamstring.