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Bryant, Lynch among 7 Seahawks not practicing

Post by Eric Williams on Nov. 7, 2012 at 4:01 pm with 8 Comments »
November 7, 2012 4:01 pm

The Seattle Seahawks had a long list of players watching practice today.

Offensive guard James Carpenter (concussion), receiver Braylon Edwards (knee), running back Marshawn Lynch (back/wrist), defensive end Red Bryant (foot), linebacker K.J. Wright (concussion), defensive tackle Clinton McDonald (groin) and safety Kam Chancellor (quad) all did not practice today for Seattle.

Defensive tackle Jason Jones (ankle) returned to practice as a limited participant.

And receiver Doug Baldwin (ankle), offensive lineman John Moffitt (knee) and center Max Unger (finger) were full participants.

The Seahawks also brought back receiver Charly Martin to the practice squad after he cleared waivers. Seattle still has a vacant spot on the active roster.

For the Jets, defensive lineman Kendrick Ellis (knee) and running back Joe McKnight (ankle) did not practice.

Linebacker Bart Scott (toe), offensive lineman Brandon Moore (hip), offensive lineman Nick Mangold (ankle), defensive back Eric Smith (knee), running back Bilal Powell (shoulder), tight end Jeff Cumberland (wrist) and defensive lineman Sione Pouha (low back) were limited participants.

Safety LaRon Landry (heel), quarterback Mark Sanchez (low back), offensive lineman Matt Slauson (knee), linebacker Calvin Pace (shin), defensive lineman Mike DeVito (finger) and receiver Clyde Gates (shoulder) were full participants in practice for New York.

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Notes from practice
Leave a comment Comments → 8
  1. Welcome back Charly – its like you never left.

  2. Ewalters7354 says:

    Walter Thurmond is here to say the day!

  3. bbnate420 says:

    Thanks for the article, blocis. Didn’t realize that Thurmond has the same wingspan as Sherman. He’s not small at 5’11″ either, just not a giant like our starters.

  4. Looks like it’s a good time for an upcoming bye week.

  5. confucious says:

    Thanks for the update Eric.

  6. Seeing Lynch didn’t practice (back) makes me think even more that Turbin should get a few more touches a game.

    I love ML, but I want him healthy at the end of the season and into the playoffs if we make it that far. If ML had 18-22 touches a game and Turbin 8-12 (or potential touches on pass plays) We might get a fresher BEAST in the playoffs and maybe an extra good season out of him in the long run

  7. princeaden says:

    Will Thurman take away Trufants spot? What ever happened with Maxwells development ? If I remember right, Maxwell was ahead of Sherman at one point early on.

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