Seahawks vs. Falcons injury report: health all around

Here is the official injury report for Saturday’s divisional playoff game between the Seattle Seahawks and Atlanta Falcons at the Georiga Dome, and it’s a short one:


Out: none.

Doubtful: none.

Questionable: RB C.J. Prosise (shoulder).

Notes: Prosise, who’s been out since Nov. 20 because of a broken scapula in his left shoulder, practiced this week and will be a game-time decision. Defensive tackle Tony McDaniel, who missed last week’s 26-6 victory over the Detroit Lions because of a concussion, has been cleared and will play. Safety Jeron Johnson (knee) was limited in practice early in the week, but practiced in full the past two days and will be available.


Out: none.

Doubtful: none.

Questionable: none.

Notes: This is absolutely remarkable, as all 53 players on the Falcons’ roster practiced in full the entire week, including receiver Taylor Gabriel (foot) and tight end Austin Hooper (knee), who both missed Atlanta’s season-ending 38-32 victory over the New Orleans Saints. So the Falcons made great use of their playoff bye. The most notable starter from the Week 6 regular season meeting, won 26-24 by Seattle at CenturyLink Field, who is on injured reserve for the Falcons is cornerback Desmond Trufant (pectoral).

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