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Nick Patterson |
Published: Wednesday, November 13, 2013, 4:28 p.m.

Wednesday Seahawks-Vikings injury report

Lots of names on this week's injury report, though the team is 10 weeks into the season without a bye, so a lot of these could be more rest/maintenance issues that serious injury concerns. Percy Harvin did indeed return to practice, though he was listed as limited. One unexpected name on the report is Richard Sherman, who sat out with a hip injury. Pete Carroll was not asked about Sherman since the cornerback finished the game and appeared to be uninjured, and Carroll doesn't talk again until Friday, so we'll have to wait until then for an update.


Did not participate: CB Brandon Browner (groin), DT Tony McDaniel (hamstring), CB Richard Sherman (hip), DE Chris Clemons (not injury related).

Limited participation: FB Derrick Coleman (hamstring), WR Percy Harvin (hip), C Max Unger (concussion), RB Marshawn Lynch (knee), DT Jordan Hill (biceps), LB Heath Farwell (knee), DE Red Bryant (concussion), S Kam Chancellor (hip).

Full participation: T Breno Giacomini (knee), S Jeron Johnson (hamstring), LB Bruce Irvin (shoulder).


Did not participate: DT Fred Evans (knee), TE Kyle Rudolph (foot), LB Erin Henderson (illness).

Limited: RB Matt Asiata (shoulder), TE Rhett Ellison (ankle), FB Jerome Felton (back), QB Christian Ponder (L shoulder).

Full: CB Chris Cook (hamstring), LB Chad Greenway (wrist), DT Letroy Guion (chest), G Charlie Johnson (elbow/toe), T Phil Loadholt (concussion), S Jamarca Sanford (groin).

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