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January 11, 2013 at 1:34 PM

Off on the right foot: Marshawn Lynch good to go

RENTON — Anything that could keep Marshawn Lynch from playing in Sunday’s game in Atlanta?

“I don’t know, miss the flight?” coach Pete Carroll asked.

It won’t be a foot injury that keeps him out. Lynch sat out practice on Wednesday and Thursday, but returned in a limited fashion on Friday. After practice, Carroll said Lynch had suffered a sprained foot, but he would be listed as probable, which translates to a virtual certainty he will be available for Sunday’s game.

Receiver Sidney Rice sat out Friday’s practice with a sore knee, but is also listed as probable.

Safety Jeron Johnson is questionable because of a sore hamstring while cornerback Byron Maxwell is doubtful.


Seahawks Seahawks injury report
Wednesday Thursday Friday
OUT OUT OUT
 
Did not practice Did not practice DOUBTFUL
RB Marshawn Lynch (Foot) RB Marshawn Lynch (Foot)
CB Byron Maxwell (Hamstring) CB Byron Maxwell (Hamstring) CB Byron Maxwell (Hamstring)
S Jeron Johnson (Hamstring) S Jeron Johnson (Hamstring)
Limited in practice Limited in practice QUESTIONABLE
    S Jeron Johnson (Hamstring)
Full participation Full participation PROBABLE
    RB Marshawn Lynch (Foot)
    WR Sidney Rice (Knee)
fal-mark-1-cl.gif Falcons injury report
Wednesday Thursday Friday
Out Out OUT
    CB Christopher Owens (Hamstring)
Did not practice Did not practice DOUBTFUL
CB Christopher Owens (Hamstring) CB Christopher Owens (Hamstring)
S Charles Mitchell (Calf)
Limited in practice Limited in practice QUESTIONABLE
S William Moore (Hamstring) S William Moore (Hamstring)
DE John Abraham (Ankle) DE John Abraham (Ankle) DE John Abraham (Ankle)
  S Charles Mitchell (Calf) S Charles Mitchell (Calf)
Full participation Full participation PROBABLE
CB Dunta Robinson (Head) CB Dunta Robinson (Head) CB Dunta Robinson (Head)
    S William Moore (Hamstring)

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