Seahawks sign two off practice squad

The Seahawks signed CB Josh Pinkard and G Lemuel Jeanpierre off their practice squad Friday. Those two fill the roster spots that opened earlier in the week when G Chester Pitts (concussion) and TE Chris Baker (hip) were placed on injured reserve.

Also, RT Sean Locklear, who missed the previous three days tending to a family issue, was back with the team Friday and participated in the team’s closed walkthrough. Pete Carroll said Thursday that he expects Locklear will start.

The Seahawks had no players on the final injury report for Saturday’s playoff game against New Orleans. The Saints, meanwhile, ruled four players out for Saturday’s game: LB Danny Clark, TE Jimmy Graham, DL Anthony Hargrove, and S Malcolm Jenkins.

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