Seattle Seahawks defensive ends Raheem Brock and Red Bryant were among players who did not practice with the team today, as head coach Pete Carroll put his players through a 90-minute workout in helmets and shells outside on the practice field.
Brock was excused to appear in King County District Court for a DUI Charge stemming from an arrest in November of last year. Brock pled not guilty and has a pre-trial hearing scheduled for Feb. 6.
Bryant was an excused absence to be with his wife Janelle for the expected birth of the couple’s first child today.
Others who did not practice include defensive tackle Clinton McDonald (concussion), cornerback Kennard Cox (hamstring) and linebacker Malcolm Smith (concussion).
Receiver Doug Baldwin bowed out midway through practice after tweaking an ankle, and was listed as a limited participant on Thursday’s practice report.
Offensive lineman Robert Gallery, quarterback Tarvaris Jackson (pectoral) and linebacker David Hawthorne (knee) were listed as full participants.
For San Francisco, linebacker Blake Costanzo (non injury related), receiver Ted Ginn (ankle) and linebacker Patrick Willis (hamstring) did not practice.
Receiver Braylon Edwards (knee) and running back Bruce Miller (knee) were limited participants.