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The Seattle Seahawks head into a pivotal game against the division-rival San Francisco 49ers’ this weekend with a relatively healthy roster. The offense is not expected to be without any starters. Unfortunately, the defensive side of the ball is still trying to get healthy though, according the Seahawks official web site. Brandon Browner—who fully participated in every preseason game—is still recovering from a strained hamstring that occurred prior to their season opener and now starting defensive tackle Tony McDaniel is dealing with a groin injury which kept him out of practice Thursday. With perhaps the most anticipated game of the season coming up this weekend, Seattle will definitely need all the healthy bodies they can get. Fortunately, the Seahawks don’t seem to have nearly as many health concerns on offense. Although a couple of big offensive names did appear on this week’s injury report—namely Sidney Rice and Luke Willson—Seattle should have all of their starters and key contributors ready for game day.It is also worth noting that defensive end Chris Clemons finally returned to practice this week and is being listed as a full practice participant. However even with this status, fans should not expect to see him on the field this weekend as he is still trying to return to game shape. While it is certainly exciting to see Seattle’s leading pass-rusher from the last several years return to the field, the coaching staff will not put any pressure on Clemons to return before he is ready. After all, he is far too valuable to the Seahawks down the stretch in the event they make a playoff push this season. Here is the Seattle Seahawks official injury and practice participation report according to the team’s official web site.DE Cliff Avril (hamstring) – Full Practice ParticipantOT Michael Bowie (shoulder) – Full Practice ParticipantCB Brandon Browner (hamstring) – Did Not Participate in PracticeDE Chris Clemons (knee) – Full Practice ParticipantDT Jordan Hill (biceps) – Did Not Participate in PracticeSS Jeron Johnson (hamstring) – Did Not Participate in PracticeDT Tony McDaniel (groin) – Did Not Participate in PracticeDT Brandon Mebane (Ankle) – Limited Practice ParticipantWR Sidney Rice (knee) – Full Practice ParticipantTE Luke Willson (oblique) – Full Practice ParticipantFollow @TheNFLInjuryRpt Looking for fantasy football advice?
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Seattle Seahawks cornerback Brandon Browner is listed as doubtful for Sunday night's game against the San Francisco 49ers, head coach Pete Carroll said, via ProFootballTalk.com.
“He’s doubtful going into the game. We’ll see what happens on game day. We’ll take it all the way up until then – has not been able to get as much work as we’d hoped,” Carroll said.
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Both the San Francisco 49ers and Seattle Seahawks opened their regular seasons with narrow victories. Now, the NFC West rivals look to make it two straight as they face off in a marquee matchup Sunday night at Seattle’s CenturyLink Field.
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