Seahawks activate J.D. McKissic from injured reserve list

J.D. McKissic is about to make his debut in 2018 when the Seahawks will receive the 49ers on Sunday. The half-offensive was activated Wednesday on the reserve list of injured and added to the lineup of 53 players, which means that if all goes well to the training this week, he should be on the ground for the Sunday match he's not one of the seven inactive players. announced before the kick off.

McKissic, who was placed on the reserve after a foot injury before the start of the season, resumed training last week.

"J.D. is back," said Seahawks coach Pete Carroll. "We hope to get him through the week and if all goes well, we'd like him to participate this week."

McKissic participated in 13 games last year, starting one, and had 187 yards and one touchdown in 46 races. He also had 34 catches for 266 yards and two touchdowns. McKissic not only added depth to the run, he also played receiver and last year was one of Seattle's top performers on special teams.

The Seahawks surrendered receiver Keenan Reynolds on Tuesday, opening a spot at McKissic. Reynolds was still in Seattle Wednesday, having been re-signed into the training team after obtaining clearance. The Seahawks also brought down tight winger Tyrone Swoopes, having signed Wednesday with the training team. The Seahawks had a free seat in the training squad after releasing receiver Malachi Dupre on Tuesday.

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