Seahawks Roster Move Sparks Concern Over Polarizing $72 Million WR

The Seattle Seahawks (3-2) are facing the possibility of being without some key starters 

when they take on the Arizona Cardinals (1-5) in Week 7. The team's recent decision to elevate wide receiver 

Easop Winston Jr. for Sunday's matchup has garnered attention and speculation.

Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll indicated that star wide receiver DK Metcalf's availability for the game would be a "game time" decision. 

Metcalf, standing at 6 feet 4 inches and weighing 235 pounds, has been playing through a rib injury in recent weeks. 

However, Carroll revealed that Metcalf's hip, which he injured during the Seahawks' 17-13 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals in the previous week, was still "pretty sore."

Losing Metcalf would be a significant setback for the Seahawks' offense, as he has been a productive part of the team, 

amassing 22 receptions for 337 yards and two touchdowns in the past five games. Nevertheless, it's worth noting that the elevation of Easop Winston Jr. 

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