Seahawks-Saints Friday injury report

With a Saturday game, the Seahawks had a walkthrough today rather than a full practice, but since league injury reporting policy dictates they still report injuries Wednesday through Friday, we get an injury report anyway. Player participation listed here is an estimation of what that player would have done had a full practice been held, which, yes, is weird since a team wouldn’t hold a full practice the day before a game. But anyway, here’s the injury report, which as expected has Percy Harvin and Luke Willson listed as probable. On the Saints side, two key players, RB Pierre Thomas and DE Akiem Hicks are questionable. Thomas missed New Orleans’ last playoff game with a chest injury, but returned to practice this week on a limited basis. CB Keenan Lewis, who suffered a concussion last weekend, is probable.

SEAHAWKS

Out: LB K.J. Wright (foot).

Doubtful: DT Jordan Hill (groin, did not participate).

Quesionable: S Chris Maragos (back, DNP).

Probable: WR Percy Harvin (hip, limited participation), S Kam Chancellor (hip, full participation), TE Luke Willson (ankle, full).

SAINTS

Questionable: RB Pierre Thomas (chest, limited), DE Akiem Hicks (ankle, limited).

Probable: T Terron Armstead (knee, full), CB Keenan Lewis (head/neck, full). G Jahri Evans (ankle, full).

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