Seattle’s participating report for Thursday’s practice is out, and aside from linebacker K..J. Wright — out six weeks or so after surgery on his foot on Wednesday — the only Seahawks to not take part in any fashion were TE Zach Miller, WR Percy Harvin and CB Brandon Browner.
Miller is listed as having a rib injury. Seahawks coach Pete Carroll did not meet the media today, and did not mention that injury earlier, so it’s unclear the severity or whether Miller might miss Sunday’s game against the Giants.
Browner was not expected to practice this week while battling a groin injury and not expected to play.
Carroll had held out some hope that Harvin might be able to practice this week. That he has not practiced yet, though, makes it that munch more unlikely that he will play against the Giants.
Center Max Unger, who did not participate on Wednesday due to a pectoral injury, was a limited participant today.
Everyone else was listed as a full participant, including players who sat out on Wednesday such as CB Richard Sherman (foot), RB Marshawn Lynch (shoulder), WR Doug Baldwin (neck) and LB Mike Morgan (knee).
As for the Giants, the most notable injury situation revolves around DE Jason Pierre-Paul, who did not participate in practice today and said afterward he didn’t know if he will play against the Seahawks.
SCRUGGS, SIMON BACK TO PUP: Also today, the team has moved rookie CB Tharold Simon and DE Greg Scruggs back to the Physically Unable to Perform list, so they will not be able to play this season.
Each went on the PUP list to start the season — Simon battling a foot injury and Scruggs rehabbing an ACL injury suffered in the off-season.
The team was able to bring each off the PUP list for three weeks or practice, after which they had to either be put on the active roster or back on PUP.
So each will now be on the PUP list until after the season, when rosters will again expand.