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NFL Injury Report:
The Seattle Seahawks are an incredibly healthy team, as
least as far as their injury report shows, as they prepare for their
opening-round Wild Card matchup against the Washington Redskins today.
There are only two Seahawks’ players on the team’s injury
report entering today’s game, cornerback Jeremy Lane (knee) and running back
Marshawn Lynch (back), and both are listed as probable to play.
Lane was not listed on Seattle’s injury report on Wednesday,
but he didn’t practice Thursday and was limited Friday due to his knee injury.
The cornerback has appeared in 13 games for the Seahawks this season, starting
Lynch was limited by a back injury during Wednesday’s
practice session, but he returned as a full participant on Thursday and Friday.
He’ll look to carry the momentum of his standout season into the playoffs.
During the regular season Lynch rushed for 1,590 yards on 315 carries.
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