Found December 07, 2012 on
NFL Injury Report:
Seattle Seahawks safety Kam Chancellor, cornerback Marcus
Trufant and defensive lineman Red Bryant all missed practice Thursday as the
team prepares for this weekend’s important division contest against the Arizona
Bryant missed practice for the second consecutive day
Thursday as he continues to be hampered by a foot injury. The defensive end has
been limited at practice the past several weeks, but he’s yet to actually miss
a game as a result of the injury. He didn’t practice at all last week but still
managed to suit up against the Chicago Bears.
Chancellor was sidelined due to a groin injury yesterday,
while Trufant sat out because of the hamstring injury that caused him to miss
last week’s game against the Bears.
Linebacker Leroy Hill and offensive lineman Max Unger were
limited at Thursday’s practice, while wide receiver Sidney Rice and running
back Marshawn Lynch were full participants during the session.
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