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Published: Wednesday, December 26, 2012, 4:52 p.m.

Seahawks-Rams Wednesday injury report

There are two somewhat unexpected names on the Seahawks' first injury report of the week, with TE Anthony McCoy (back) and T Breno Giacomini (elbow) both showing up. Pete Carroll did not mention either player as having been injured in his press conferences on Monday and Wednesday.

Among those not practicing were WR Sidney Rice (knee) and DE Red Bryant (foot), but Carroll said he expects both will be able to play this weekend. Linebacker Leroy Hill (hamstring) didn't practice, as expected, and a good sign for Seattle is that LB Malcolm Smith practiced and is not on the injury report. Carroll had mentioned earlier in the day that Smith was dealing with a groin issue.

SEAHAWKS
Did not participate in practice
WR Sidney Rice (knee)
TE Anthony McCoy (back)
T Breno Giacomini (elbow)
RB Marshawn Lynch (back)
LB Leroy Hill (hamstring)
CB Walter Thurmond (hamstring)
DE Red Bryant (foot)

Full participation
S Earl Thomas (ankle)

RAMS
Didn't participate in practice
CB Cortland Finnegan (thigh)
RB Steven Jackson (illness)
LB James Laurinaitis (back)
CB Scott Wells (knee)

Limited participation
S Craig Dahl (knee)

Full participation
WR Austin Pettis (shoulder)
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