Seahawks injury report

Brandon Browner did not practice Thursday, as Pete Carroll had said was the hope a day earlier, but it’s still probably too soon to say that means the cornerback won’t play. We’ll know more when we hear from Carroll tomorrow. DT Brandon Mebane, who sat out Wednesday, was back on the field Thursday, while DT Tony McDaniel (groin) sat out.

SEAHAWKS

Didn’t participate: CB Brandon Browner (hamstring), DT Jordan Hill (bicep), S Jeron Johnson (hamstring), DT Tony McDaniel (groin).

Limited participation: DT Brandon Mebane (ankle).

Full participation: DE Chris Clemons (knee), DE Cliff Avril (hamstring), T Michael Bowie (shoulder), WR Sidney Rice (knee), TE Luke Willson (oblique).

49ers

Didn’t participate: RB LaMichael James (knee).

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