The Seattle Seahawks received some good news today.
Second-year receiver Doug Baldwin practiced on a limited basis this afternoon.
Baldwin missed last week’s game with a high-ankle sprain, and Seattle head coach Pete Carroll initially said that Baldwin would be a long shot to make it back this week. However, the fact that Baldwin practiced today could be a good sign that the Stanford product will be available for the Minnesota game on Sunday.
Seattle currently only has four healthy receivers on the active roster.
Offensive guard John Moffitt (knee) and cornerback Byron Maxwell (hamstring) also were limited participants in practice today.
Receiver Braylon Edwards (knee) and defensive tackle Jason Jones (ankle) did not practice.
And running back Marshawn Lynch (back) was a full participant.
For Minnesota, tight end John Carlson (concussion) and linebacker Tyrone McKenzie (not injury related) did not practice.
Safety Mistral Raymond (ankle), cornerback Antoine Winfield (knee), receiver Percy Harvin (hamstring) and running back Adrian Peterson (ankle) were limited participants.
Defensive tackle Fred Evans (knee), defensive tackle Letroy Guion (ribs), linebacker Erin Henderson (elbow), punter Chris Kluwe (knee) and quarterback Christian Ponder (knee) were full participants.