Seahawks C Max Unger returns to practice, probable for Sunday

The Seahawks are off the field following their final practice of the week, and back in action today was center Max Unger, who sat out Wednesday and Thursday with a hip injury.

Unger is listed as probable on the injury report, and Pete Carroll said the center is “ready to go.”

The Seahawks will be without guard John Moffitt once again, as well as defensive tackle Jaye Howard.

The Patriots, meanwhile, may or may not have a lot of players. I say that because, as they often (OK, always) do, the Patriots listed pretty much everybody as questionable.

SEAHAWKS

Out

G John Moffitt (knee)

DT Jaye Howard (foot)

Doubtful

DT Clinton McDonald (groin, didn’t practice)

Probable

C Max Unger (hip, full participation)

RB Marshawn Lynch (back, full)

PATRIOTS

Out

LB Tracy White (foot, didn’t practice)

S Steve Gregory (hip)

Questionable

TE Michael Hoomanawanui (concussion, limited participation in practice)

RB Brandon Bolden (knee, limited)

DE Brandon Deaderick (ankle, limited)

DT Justin Francis (ankle, limited)

TE Rob Gronkowski (hip, limited)

TE Aaron Hernandez (ankle, didn’t practice)

LB Donta Hightower (hamstring, limited)

G Logan Mankins (calf/hip, limited)

C Nick McDonald (shoulder, limited)

CB Sterling Moore (knee, limited)

RB Shane Vereen (foot, limited)

T Sebastian Vollmer (back/knee, limited)

WR Wes Welker (ankle, limited)

WR Julian Edelman (hand, limited)

Probable

DT Kyle Love (knee, full)

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