Seahawks expect Irvin, Richardson to play vs. Vikings

Steven Bisig / USA TODAY Sports

Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll expects linebacker Bruce Irvin and wide receiver Paul Richardson to play Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings.

Irvin suited up against the Pittsburgh Steelers after being listed as doubtful due to a knee injury. The 28-year-old recorded two tackles in the 39-30 victory.

"(Irvin) ran really well. He surprised the trainers and coaches. He will come back this week," Carroll said.

Carroll also commented on a number of other injured Seahawks: Paul Richardson is likely to return after missing the last two games due to a hamstring injury, Marshawn Lynch is on schedule in his recovery from an abdomen injury, while Will Tukuafu and Demarcus Dobbs are in the concussion protocol.

Seahawks expect Irvin, Richardson to play vs. Vikings
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