The Seattle Seahawks had a new player added to the injury report after this afternoon’s practice, with cornerback Brandon Browner listed as limited with a hamstring injury.
Walter Thurmond would be the next man up if Browner can’t return to the field by this weekend.
Along with Browner, defensive tackle Tony McDaniel (groin), defensive tackle Brandon Mebane (groin) and defensive end Cliff Avril (groin) were listed as limited participants.
Receiver Sidney Rice (knee) and receiver Stephen Williams (head) were listed as full participants.
Offensive lineman Michael Bowie (shoulder), defensive tackle Jordan Hill (biceps) and defensive end Chris Clemons (knee) are listed as having not practiced, but Clemons and Hill got some work in on the side today.
UPDATE: I forgot to mention that the Seahawks added receiver Tyrone Walker to the practice squad, and released defensive end Ty Powell. Walker is an Illinois State product who went to training camp with Green Bay as an undrafted rookie free agent. In college he set school records for career receptions (250), receiving yards (3,565), touchdown catches (32) and 100-yard receiving games (16).