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Rice, 49ers DT Justin Smith questionable for Sunday

Post by Eric Williams on Dec. 21, 2012 at 4:01 pm with 12 Comments »
December 21, 2012 4:01 pm

Here’s the injury report for the Seattle Seahawks upcoming contest against San Francisco.

Receiver Sidney Rice (knee), cornerback Walter Thurmond (hamstring) and cornerback Marcus Trufant (hamstring) were limited participants in practice, and are listed as questionable.

Safety Jeron Johnson (groin) did not practice, and his listed as questionable.

Defensive tackle Alan Branch (ankle), running back Marshawn Lynch (back), running back Leon Washington (illness), running back Robert Turbin (illness) were all full participants in practice and are probable.

Cornerback Richard Sherman (not injury related) did not practice and is probable.

For San Francisco, linebacker Clark Haggans (shoulder) and defensive tackle Justin Smith (elbow) did not practice for a third straight day, and are questionable.

Linebacker Tavares Gooden (ribs), receiver Mario Manningham (shoulder) and defensive tackle Will Tukuafu (shoulder) were limited participants and are listed as questionable.

Kicker David Akers (pelvis), offensive guard Alex Boone (knee), linebacker Navorro Bowman (shoulder), linebacker Ahmad Brooks (shoulder), cornerback Tarell Brown (shoulder), safety Dashon Goldson (foot), running back Frank Gore (wrist), offensive guard Mike Iupati (shoulder), running back Bruce Miller (shoulder) and cornerback Carlos Rogers (knee) are all listed as probable

Leave a comment Comments → 12
  1. I think Justin Smith should just sit out of this game so he’s 100% ready for the playoffs.

  2. ha. let’s hope so pabuwal. He’s probably the most important player on that team. Whether he’s out or playing at less than 100%, this gives our O line an edge.

  3. DanielleMND says:

    I wish Iupati and Boone could sit out, too.

  4. This is Smith’s 12th NFL season. I agree with Pabuwal 100% and wouldn’t mind one bit if he decided to call it a career sooner rather than later. Once that injury bug starts to bite it can be a persistent little bastard as many of us know. 33 years old… That’s getting there Justin.

  5. Sorry for the quick change of subject, but does anyone know if CLink allows DSLR cameras into the stadium? I know they allow smaller digi cameras. I got an early Christmas gift and was thinking about taking it to the game this weekend….

  6. I think they do but not allowed to take Video –

    this is from the hawks website

    Not allowed:

    Video Recorders
    Cameras with video recording capabilities or professional style cameras with large lenses (6″ or longer) or tri-pods

    Allowed:

    Cameras
    Personal still photography cameras and digital cameras. Photographic support tools that may interfere with others’ enjoyment of the game (tripods, professional lenses – larger than 200 mm, etc.) are not permitted in the stadium.

  7. You are the xcman. Thanks bud.

  8. On the Justin Smith front…the dude is a warrior, i just have a feeling he will gut it out and play, unfortunately.

  9. If Smith does play, he won’t be at 100%, and with the 12th Man in his face, it’ll just make his job that much harder. I am so amped for this game, words can’t express how I am feeling. LET’S GO SEAHAWKS!!

  10. princeaden says:

    Oh Galena, I wish I could remember 33 clearly..lol

  11. I just want us to shove it in Harbaugh’s face, but it would be even sweeter if we can pound it with J Smith in there, wouldn’t it?
    That way there won’t be any excuses on their part.
    We played smash mouth last time off a short week, we can do it again.
    Just need to hold on to the rock. “The Cowboy” will be rudely thrown
    off the saddle this week. I wouldn’t mind if Breno gets a shot in early to set the tone.

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