Wednesday Seahawks-Bills injury report

As expected based on Pete Carroll’s press conference, Sidney Rice (foot) sat out Wednesday’s practice. Not expected, however, was Walter Thurmond’s presence on the injury report. He was limited with a hamstring injury. Also sitting out was Kam Chancellor, who was on the injury report last week as well, but played. Same for DE Red Bryant, who has been battling a foot injury for a while. The Bills, meanwhile, seam to have learned an old trick from AFC East rival New England, because they have 21 players on their injury report.

SEAHAWKS

Did not participate in practice

DE Red Bryant (foot)

CB Marcus Trufant (hamstring)

S Kam Chancellor (groin)

WR Sidney Rice (foot)

Limited participation

CB Walter Thurmond (hamstring)

RB Marshawn Lynch (back)

BILLS

Didn’t participate

LB Nick Barnett (knee)

FS Jairus Byrd (shin)

DT Marcell Dareus (shoulder)

RB Fred Jackson (knee)

DT Spencer Johnson (knee)

CB Leodis McKelvin (groin)

DT Kyle Williams (ankle)

CB Eric Wood (knee)

Limited participation

DE Mark Anderson (knee)

DB Ron Brooks (hip)

TE Scott Chandler (groin)

G Andy Levitre (knee)

CB Justin Rogers (foot)

TE Lee Smith (knee)

G Kraig Urbik (knee)

LB Chris White (thumb)

Full participation

WR Donald Jones (calf)

S Da’Norris Searcy (hand)

RB C. J. Spiller (shoulder)

CB Aaron Williams (knee)

DE Mario Williams (wrist)

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