The injury report for the Seattle Seahawks grew this afternoon, as cornerback Richard Sherman (illness) and defensive tackle Greg Scruggs (oblique) were added to the list on Thursday and did not practice.
In all, Seattle had eight players, including six starters, sit out practice because of injuries this afternoon.
But receiver Braylon Edwards (knee) returned to practice as a limited participant with the hope of playing against his former team, the New York Jets, on Sunday. Edwards had missed Seattle’s last two games.
Along with Sherman and Scruggs, players sitting out for a second straight day include running back Marshawn Lynch (wrist/back), offensive lineman James Carpenter (concussion), linebacker K.J. Wright (concussion), defensive tackle Clinton McDonald (groin), safety Kam Chancellor (quad) and defensive end Red Bryant (foot).
Defensive tackle Jason Jones (ankle) was a limited participant for a second straight day.
Receiver Doug Baldwin (ankle), offensive guard John Moffitt (knee) and center Max Unger (finger) were full participants.
For the Jets, running back Joe McKnight (ankle) did not practice today.
Defensive lineman Kendrick Ellis (knee), Linebacker Bart Scott (toe), offensive lineman Brandon Moore (hip), offensive lineman Nick Mangold (ankle), defensive back Eric Smith (knee), running back Bilal Powell (shoulder), defensive lineman Sione Pouha (low back) and safety LaRon Landry (heel) were limited participants.
Tight end Jeff Cumberland (wrist), quarterback Mark Sanchez (low back), offensive lineman Matt Slauson (knee), linebacker Calvin Pace (shin), defensive lineman Mike DeVito (finger), receiver Clyde Gates (shoulder) and defensive lineman Damon Harrison were full participants in practice for New York.