Thursday Seahwaks-Jaguars injury report

Today’s injury report is out. Changes for the Seahawks are J.R. Sweezy being a full-go after sitting out Wednesday, and Breno Giacomini and Brandon Browner going from limited to full participation.

SEAHAWKS

Out: LT Russell Okung (toe).

Did not participate: RB Spencer Ware (ankled), LB Malcolm Smith (hamstring), DT Jordan Hill (bicep), S Jeron Johnson (hamstring).

Full participation: DE Chris Clemons (knee), G J.R. Sweezy (back), T Breno Giacomini (knee), CB Brandon Browner (hamstring).

JAGUARS

Did not participate: CB Alan Ball (groin), CB Dwayne Gratz (ankle), RB Maurice Jones-Drew (ankle), DT Roy Miller (knee).

Limited: WR Stephen Burton (hip), TE Mercedes Lewis (calf), QB Blaine Gabbert (right hand), G Uche Nwaneri (knee), G Will Rackley (knee), WR Ace Sanders (ribs), LB J.T. Thomas (hamstring), WR Mike Brown (back), TE Allen Reisnter (toe).

Full: DE Jason Babin (not injury related), C Brad Meester (NIR).

And if you’re wondering why somebody is listed as not injury related if they practiced fully, it’s because Babin and Meeter both missed Wednesday’s practice, and once a player shows up on the injury report, he has to be on there for the week.

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