Thursday injury report

All of the Seahawks concussed players—David Vobora, Sidney Rice, Doug Baldwin and Kam Chancellor—practiced fully, an indicator that they’ll be available for Sunday’s game. That’s obviously good news for a team that has had so much bad injury news on the offensive line.

Here’s the full report:

SEAHAWKS

Out

T James Carpenter (knee)

Did’t practice

DE Anthony Hargrove (hamstring)

S Atari Bigby (hamstring)

Full participation

TE Cameron Morrah (toe/knee)

S Kam Chancellor (head)

QB Tarvaris Jackson (pectoral)

WR Doug Baldwin (head)

WR Sidney Rice (head)

LB David Vobora (head)

RAMS

Didn’t practice

T Jason Smith (head)

RB Carnell Williams (calf)

Limited participation

WR Danario Alexander (hamstring)

LB Josh Hull (hamstring)

LB Bryan Kehl (ankle)

TE Lance Kendricks (foot)

CB Justin King (head)

RB Jerious Norwood (hamstring)

DE Eugene Sims (shoulder)

WR Brandon Gibson (groin)

Full

S Darian Stewart (neck)

T Rodger Saffold (head)

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