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December 25, 2013 at 2:01 PM

Wednesday injury report: Okung a full participant

The Seahawks did not practice on Wednesday, instead practicing on Tuesday so they could take Christmas off as their one league-mandated day off this week.

But the NFL requires all teams playing on Sunday to submit an injury report on Wednesday, and Seattle’s is essentially based on who did and did not practice on Tuesday.

Already listed as out is LB K.J. Wright, recovering from surgery on a broken foot.

Six players were listed as not participating: WR Percy Harvin (hip), WR Jermaine Kearse (ankle), DE Red Bryant (knee), CB Richard Sherman (hip), RB Marshawn Lynch (non-injury related, meaning rest day) and S Earl Thomas (thigh).

Of those six, only Harvin is likely out this week.

Listed as full participants but with a known injury were G J.R. Sweezy (concussion), FB Derrick Coleman (shoulder), OT Russell Okung (toe) and LB Malcolm Smith (ankle).

For Okung and Sweezy, that’s a pretty clear sign they will be able to play Sunday against the Rams.

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