Seattle Seahawks Player News: Last 24 hours, All Positions

News: Alexander (hamstring) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Titans, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.
Impact: Alexander did not participate in practice Thursday and Friday so his status for Sunday's game is murky at best. If the 25-year-old suits up he could see more snaps if Terence Garvin (shoulder) is unable to play, but otherwise would likely revert to his role as a reserve linebacker and special teams contributor.
News: Richardson (finger) was removed from the injury report ahead of Sunday's game in Tennessee.
Impact: Though he was a full practice participant all week, Richardson presumably still has to deal with some pain in the finger he dislocated during last week's 12-9 win over the 49ers. He also played fewer snaps than Tyler Lockett in the contest, which suggests Richardson may just be the No. 3 receiver now that his teammate is up to speed.
News: Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said Graham (ankle) didn't have any limitations at Friday's practice and should be ready to play in Sunday's game against Tennessee, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.
Impact: Given the Seahawks' history when it comes to injury information, this is still a situation that bears close watching in the lead up to Sunday's 4:05 PM ET kickoff. Graham was held out of practice Wednesday and Thursday, after managing just one catch for one yard on two targets in Sunday's 12-9 win over the 49ers. Given how poorly he was playing prior to the injury, it's fair to question whether Graham will be at all effective if he ends up facing the Titans. Luke Willson and Nick Vannett will both take on extra snaps if Graham doesn't play.
News: Graham (ankle) is expected to return to practice Friday and is listed as questionable for Sunday's game in Tennessee, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports.
Impact: Held out of practice the previous two days, Graham is apparently primed to return in some capacity. Another update will be available when the Seahawks reveal the extent of his participation, though he's seemingly headed for a game-time decision either way. Luke Willson and Nick Vannett will fill in at tight end if Graham is absent, with the Seattle wide receivers and running backs potentially taking on larger burden as well. Graham looked totally out of sync even before he hurt his ankle in Week 2 against the 49ers.