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John Boyle | jboyle@heraldnet.com
Published: Thursday, November 1, 2012, 4:14 p.m.

Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin improving, DE Scruggs added to injury report

As was detailed in this space Wednesday, Doug Baldwin took exception with Pete Carroll assessment that the receiver was a long-shot to play this week after missing last week's game with a high-ankle sprain. Baldwin backed that up by returning to practice Wednesday on a limited basis, and on Thursday he was a full participant in practice, indicating that he has a decent shot of getting back. That would be a remarkably quick turnaround for a player with that type of injury. Often players with high-ankle sprains miss four to six weeks, though the recovery time can vary quite a bit based on the severity of the injury.

DE Greg Scruggs was new on the injury report with an oblique injury and did not practice.

SEAHAWKS
Did not participate in practice
WR Braylon Edward (knee)
DT Jason Jones (ankle)
DE Greg Scruggs (oblique)

Limited participation
CB Byron Maxwell (hamstring)

Full participation
RB Marshawn Lynch (back)
WR Doug Baldwin (ankle)
G John Moffitt (knee)

VIKINGS
Did not participate
TE John Carlson (concussion)
LB Tyrone McKenzie (not injury related)
WR Percy Harvin (not injury related/hamstring (in other words, Harvin, who was limited Wednesday, does have a hamstring injury, but his absence from practice was not related to that injury))

Limited participation
S Mistral Raymond (ankle)
CB Antoine Winfield (knee)
RB Adrian Peterson (ankle)

Full participation
DT Fred Evans (knee)
DT Letroy Guion (ribs)
LB Erin Henderson (elbow)
P Chris Kluwe (knee)
QB Christian Ponder (knee)
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