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Nick Patterson | npatterson@heraldnet.com
Published: Thursday, October 25, 2012, 4:19 p.m.

Seahawks injury report. Baldwin officially ruled out; Jones and Maxwell sit again

Pete Carroll said Wednesday that receiver Doug Baldwin would miss this week's game with a high-ankle sprain, so it comes as no surprise that a day later he was officially listed as out on the injury report (a day earlier Baldwin was on the report as having not practice, but not ruled out.

Also unable to practice for the second consecutive day were defensive tackle Jason Jones (ankle) and cornerback Byron Maxwell (hamstring).

SEAHAWKS
Out
WR Doug Baldwin (ankle)

Did not participate in practice
DT Jason Jones (ankle)
CB Byron Maxwell (hamstring)

Limited participation
G John Moffitt (knee)

Full participation
RB Marshawn Lynch (back)

LIONS
Didn't participate
DE Cliff Avril (back)
DE Jacob Lacey (concussion)
LB DeAndre Levy (hamstring)
S Amari Spievey (concussion)

Limited participation
CB Dwight Bentley (shoulder)
S Louis Delmas (knee)
TE Brandon Pettigrew (knee)
LB Stephen Tulloch (knee)
DT Corey Williams (knee)
WR Titus Young (knee)
WR Calvin Johnson (nee)
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