Seattle Seahawks cornerback Brandon Browner did not practice on Thursday, as it was previously suggested that he would in preparation for Sunday's clash with divisional rivals, the San Francisco 49ers.Head Coach Pete Carroll told the media on Wednesday:"He's going to practice tomorrow. He's been running all week. Monday, Tuesday and now today, Wednesday, it looks like he's got a good chance to make it back."Thursday Injury Report - DNP: Hill, Browner, Johnson, McDaniel. LP: Mebane. FP: Willson, Clemons, Avril, Bowie, Rice. http://t.co/W5TBqnLaYu— Seattle Seahawks (@Seahawks) September 12, 2013However, Browner was not a participant in practice on Thursday, and was listed as not participating on the injury report. Carroll had been quoted as saying that Thursday was a "big day" to see whether he would be ready to play on Sunday.With Browner not on the field it gives an indication that he is taking longer to recover from his hamstring injury than was first anticipated.Although he is a big loss in the secondary in last years clash between the two NFC West giants, Browner was unavailable, and the Seahawks went on to win the game in spectacular fashion, destroying the 49ers in a 42-13 blowout.If Browner is not ready to play on Sunday, Walter Thurmond and Byron Maxwell will play opposite All-Pro cornerback Richard Sherman.Follow @TheNFLInjuryRpt Looking for fantasy football advice?