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Injury roundup: Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes has illness, will play Sunday vs. Broncos

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett (hamstring) and safety Jamal Adams (knee) are expected to play in Sunday's game versus the Browns, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported, per sources.

Lockett, who did not participate in Seattle's first two practices this past week, was a full participant in Friday's session leading to a questionable designation for Week 8. Adams was limited on Thursday after a rest day on Wednesday. Adams turned in a full session on Friday and received a questionable designation for Sunday.

As for the Browns, quarterback Deshaun Watson (right shoulder) was ruled out for Sunday's contest earlier in the week. Backup QB PJ Walker will get the start for the Browns in Seattle.

Cleveland running back Jerome Ford (ankle) and wide receiver Marquise Goodwin (back) are questionable. 

The Seahawks and Browns kick off at 4:05 p.m. ET.

Other injuries we are keeping an eye on ahead of Sunday's Week 8 games:

  • Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence (knee) is expected to play versus the Steelers, NFL Network's James Palmer reported, per sources. Lawrence has since been declared active for the game. 
  • Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes was added to the injury report with illness but there is no game status designation against Denver.
  • Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Josh Palmer (knee) and tight end Gerald Everett (hip) are considered to be game-time decisions versus the Bears, Rapoport reported, per sources.
  • Miami Dolphins running back Raheem Mostert (ankle) is expected to play versus the Patriots, Rapoport reported, per sources. Safety Jevon Holland (concussion) is not expected to play, while cornerback Xavien Howard (groin) will be a game-time decision, Rapoport added. Mostert and Jalen Ramseyare officially active, but Howard and Holland have been declared inactive.
  • New England Patriots wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster (concussion) will be active for Sunday's game against the Dolphins, Rapoport reported. Smith-Schuster has not played since Oct. 8. The Patriots have since declared Smith-Schuster as active.
  • New Orleans Saints QB/tight end Taysom Hill (chest), safety Tyrann Mathieu (foot) and safety Marcus Maye (illness) are expected to play versus the Colts, Rapoport reported, per sources. All three have since been announced as active.
  • Washington Commanders wide receiver Curtis Samuel (foot) is a game-time decision versus the Eagles, Rapoport reported, per sources. Samuel has since been declared active for today's game.

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