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Published: Thursday, December 20, 2012, 5:44 p.m.

Thursday Seahawks-49ers injury report; Branch back in action

With news coming out earlier today that Jason Jones is done for the season, the fact that defensive tackle Alan Branch, who injured his ankle Sunday and didn't practice Wednesday, was back to practicing was good news.

Richard Sherman was not at practice, and his absence was listed as non-injury related. The team did not expand on that, but Sherman's appeal of a four-game suspension is scheduled to be heard tomorrow according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.

SEAHAWKS
Did not participate in practice
WR Sidney Rice (knee)
CB Walter Thurmond (hamstring)
CB Marcus Trufant (hamstring)
CB Richard Sherman (not injury related)

Limited participation
S Jeron Johnson (groin)
RB Robert Turbin (illness)

Full participation
DT Alan Branch (ankle)
RB Marshawn Lynch (back)
RB Leon Washington (illness)

49ers
LB Clark Haggans (shoulder)
DT Justin Smith (elbow)

Limited participation
LB Ahmad Brooks (shoulder)
CB Tarell Brown (shoulder)
LB Tavares Goodin (ribs)
WR Mario Manningham (shoulder)
LB Aldo Smith (shoulder)
DT Will Tukuafu (concussion)

Full participation
K David Akers (pelvis)
G Alex Boone (knee)
LB Navorro Bowman (shoulder)
RB Frank Gore (wrist)
G Mike Iupati (shoulder)
CB Carlos Rogers (knee)
LB Patrick Willis (shoulder)
S Dashon Goldson (foot)
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