Seattle’s injury report for Thursday is out, and it’s a lot smaller than the one for Wednesday, listing just three players as not practicing (along with LB K.J. Wright, already ruled out with a broken foot).
Not participating on Thursday were WRs Percy Harvin (hip) and Jermaine Kearse (ankle) and DE Red Bryant (knee).
Everybody else on the active roster was listed as a full participant, including a couple players who had been out earlier in the week, such as S Earl Thomas (thigh) and CB Richard Sherman (hip).
Also a full participant was LT Russell Okung, who missed two plays against the Cardinals with a sore toe, and RG J.R. Sweezy, who was out against the Cardinals with a concussion. Offensive line coach Tom Cable said after practice that Sweezy will start now that he is back — rookie Michael Bowie got the start at RG against the Cardinals.
As for Harvin, he is out for this week, and maybe for the season (though any move to put him on IR likely wouldn’t come before Saturday) while coach Pete Carroll said earlier in the week he thought there was a chance Kearse could play against the Rams Sunday. It’s unclear how serious the injury is to Bryant.
— Also, here is an update on St. Louis’ injury, notably that WR/returner Tavon Austin remains out.