Coyle's injury is the only new one listed; coach Pete Carroll praised the undrafted rookie today for playing through the injury in his second consecutive start for Wagner, who will miss his fifth consecutive game since getting a turf-toe ligament injury Oct. 12 against Dallas. Carroll said today Wagner has a chance to play next week at home against Arizona.
All others were listed last week. Willson sprained his ankle last weekend during Seattle win over the New York Giants, though the team is encouraged how quickly he is recovering and Carroll indicated there's a chance the fill in for Zach Miller could play Sunday at Kansas City. Miller went on the season-ending injured-reserve list this morning and needs a second ankle surgery.
Lynch missed practices on Wednesday and Thursday last week, the latter day while listed with this same calf injury. Then he romped for 140 yards and a career-high four rushing touchdowns against the Giants, so no real concern he won't play against the Chiefs.
Lane returned last week to play against New York after missing eight weeks with that groin injury. No initial word on whether today is pacing the nickel back in his return from being out so long or if this is a re-aggravation of the injury.
Chancellor has missed the last two games -- his first two misses since 2011 and only his second and third games sitting out because of injury of his career. His return Sunday will be a big plus for Seattle against the run-heavy Chiefs.