On Sunday, the 1-2 Seattle Seahawks will visit Ford Field to play the Detroit Lions.

Swift and St. Brown won't be playing on Sunday, according to head coach Dan Campbell's announcement on Friday morning.

Swift is expected to be sidelined until the Lions' Week 6 bye, but St. Brown wasn't anticipated to miss a significant amount of time.

Due to a finger injury to his right hand, Jackson will be forced to sit out his third consecutive game at left guard. Dan Skipper will likely make his third consecutive start in his place.

Cominsky had surgery ten days ago, so it's possible he won't return until after Week 6's bye.

Dominik Eberle will be promoted from the practise squad to take over kicking duties for the Lions on Sunday as Siebert is sidelined.

Eberle has only ever kicked in a regular-season NFL game, which he did in 2021 while playing for the Houston Texans.

Both Chark and Reynolds are anticipated to participate despite having always been assigned to dubious positions.

Ragnow does not appear as injured on the final injury report of the week for the first time since the start of the season.

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