The official injury reports for Seattle and San Francisco are out following Wednesday’s practices.
The Seahawks listed three players as sitting out practice — WR Percy Harvin (concussion), DT Jordan Hill (groin), and RB Marshawn Lynch (non-injury related, meaning a rest day).
LB K.J. Wright, meanwhile, was listed as a limited participant in his first practice back after breaking his foot on Dec. 8 at San Francisco.
Everyone else on the active roster was a full participant.
As noted earlier, Harvin was scheduled to see a doctor today about his concussion, after which the Seahawks would know more about his possible status for Sunday’s game. At the moment, no news on that, and there may not be until coach Pete Carroll again addresses the media prior to practice on Thursday.
Carroll also said prior to practice that Wright has a chance to play against the 49ers.
As for San Francisco’s injuries, here is a good breakdown from the San Jose Mercury News.
Most notable in that report may be that “cornerback Carlos Rogers was limited in his first practice since straining his right hamstring Dec. 29. Also limited was fullback Will Tukuafu, who sprained his left knee on Sunday’s opening series at Carolina.”