Seahawks Wednesday injury report

The first injury report of the season is out, and there were a couple of things we weren’t expecting. Chris Clemons, who Pete Carroll had said would return to action, did not participate. That’s hardly a huge issue seeing as Clemons won’t play this weekend, but we’ll have to wait until Friday to hear from Carroll again to find out where Clemons stands. Brandon Browner, who has been practicing fully up until now, was limited by a hamstring injury. Again, we’ll have to wait until Friday to see what that means.

Full participation: WR Sidney Rice (knee), WR Stephen Williams (head).

Limited participation: DE Cliff Avril (hamstring), DT Tony McDaniel (groin), DT Brandon Mebane (groin), CB Brandon Browner (hamstring).

Did not participate: DE Chris Clemons (knee), DT Jordan Hill (bicep), G/T Michael Bowie (shoulder).

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