A recap of the day’s activities:
Roy Lewis. And the focus likely will remain on the third-year cornerback as he moves closer to starting his first game in the NFL because of injuries to right cornerback Kelly Jennings and backup Walter Thurmond.
Coach Pete Carroll stopped short of ruling Jennings (hamstring) and Thurmond (head) out for Sunday’s game against the Raiders in Oakland. But neither practiced this week, when Lewis got most of the starter reps. If Jennings and Thurmond can’t play, cornerback Nate Ness would be active for the first time this season and cornerback Kennard Cox for the second time.
“Roy has been playing all year long, and he’s been doing a nice job for us,” Carroll said. “So for him to just move over, it’s not a big deal.”
Lewis, the former University of Washington corner, is in his second season with the Seahawks and also the special teams captain. He already was playing in the dime defense, so Lewis could be very busy on Sunday.