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December 19, 2013 at 4:05 PM

Lane, Sweezy added to Seattle injury report

Seattle’s injury report for Thursday included two new names — cornerback Jeremy Lane and guard J.R. Sweezy — both listed as not participating today.

Lane is listed as having an ankle injury and Sweezy a concussion. Neither was listed on Wednesday’s injury report, indicating that the injuries may have happened during practice this week. Given the NFL’s concussion protocol, that could put Sweezy at risk of not playing Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals.

Sweezy is the team’s starting right guard. James Carpenter, who has been rotating at left guard with Paul McQuistan, is listed as the backup at that spot. Rookies Michael Bowie and Alvin Bailey could also factor in there if needed.

Lane has been Seattle’s primary nickelback the last two games. The team signed Perrish Cox last week and he could fill in there if needed, with Walter Thurmond still suspended for another week.

Also not participating today was WR Percy Harvin (hip), who can probably be written off for playing this week since he has not practiced while dealing with his troublesome hip — he has not played since Nov. 17 against Minnesota. Also already out for the game is LB K.J. Wright (broken foot).

Listed as limited participants today were RB Robert Turbin (groin) and TE Zach Miller (ribs). Turbin is also a new injury as he was not on the list Wednesday.

Everyone else was listed as a full participant, including three players who were out on Wednesday — RB Marshawn Lynch and DE Chris Clemons (rest days) and S Kam Chancellor (quad).

— Here’s Arizona’s official injury report, which will be updated throughout the week. And here’s a story from today’s Arizona practice from the Associated Press, which reports that WR Larry Fitzgerald participated and expects to play against the Seahawks. QB Carson Palmer also expects to play.

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