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October 3, 2014 at 4:34 PM

Seattle Seahawks injuries for Friday: Shead, Bailey added to list

Seattle’s injury report for Friday included a couple of new names — DB DeShawn Shead and OL Alvin Bailey.

Each was listed as not participating in practice — Shead with a knee injury and Bailey an oblique. Also not participating are two players who won’t play — TE Zach Miller, already officially listed as out after having ankle surgery, and CB Tharold Simon, still rehabbing from knee surgery. Simon is expected out a couple more weeks.

Listed as full participants were RB Marshawn Lynch, who sat out Thursday with a rest day, and DE/LB Bruce Irvin, who missed the Denver game with an oblique injury.

It’s unclear how serious are the injuries to Shead — a backup at both cornerback and safety — and Bailey, who can back up at both guard and tackle. Coach Pete Carroll will next meet the media Saturday.

As for the Redskins, here’s a good wrapup of their situation from ESPN.com.

 

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