Brandon Mebane (calf) added to Seahawks injury report

Defensive tackle Brandon Mebane, who has been enjoying a very good season, did not practice Thursday and is listed as having a calf injury. Pete Carroll doesn’t talk with reporters on Thursday, so we don’t know the severity of the injury, or if this is just a precaution, but Mebane has dealt with a calf injury before, missing four games in 2010. Marshawn Lynch was back to full participation after being listed as partial participation Wednesday for rest.

SEAHAWKS

Out

G John Moffitt (knee)

Did not participate in practice

CB Marcus Trufant (back)

DT Jaye Howard (foot)

DT Brandon Mebane (calf)

Full participation

RB Marshawn Lynch (rest)

PANTHERS

Did not participate in practice

LB Jon Beason (knee)

CB Chris Gamble (shoulder)

G/C Geoff Hangartner (knee)

S Colin Jones (shoulder)

G/C Mike Pollak (shoulder)

Full participation

DE Antwan Applewhite (knee)

DE Frank Alexander (back)

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