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Saturday, November 8, 2014

Seahawks Injury Report: Marshawn Lynch, Doug Baldwin, Kam Chancellor

By on 11/08/2014 01:56:00 PM

The Seattle Seahawks are still pretty banged up as they prepare to play the New York Giants at home on Sunday. They do have a few players coming back and two expected outs for the game.

Confirmed out for the Seahawks are tight end Zach Miller (ankle) and linebacker Bobby Wagner (toe). Neither are a surprise.

Guard James Carpenter, strong safety Kam Chancellor and guard Stephen Schilling did not practice all week with an ankle, groin and knee injury respectively. All three are listed as doubtful for Sunday's game. Coach Pete Carroll said Chancellor would have to convince them to let him play at this point, seemingly confirming that Chancellor is all but officially out of the game. Safety Jeron Johnson, who is listed as probable returning from a concussion, should get the start.

Wide receiver Doug Baldwin did not practice Wednesday, was limited on Thursday and then at full practice on Friday with a groin injury. He is probable for Sunday. Running back Marshawn Lynch also did not practice Wednesday and Thursday with a calf injury. He took full practice on Friday and is probable for Sunday.

Center Max Unger and offensive tackle Russell Okung are both listed as probable for Sunday's game, which should be a big boost to what has been a weak line for the Seahawks. Also probable are defensive end Michael Bennett (toe), defensive tackle Jordan Hill (ankle) and defensive end O'Brien Schofield (head).

Cornerback Byron Maxwell has been battling a calf injury and is questionable for Sunday. He had a full practice on Friday. Defensive back Marcus Burley is also questionable with a hamstring injury. He had limited practice Friday. Linebacker Malcom Smith is doubtful with a groin injury. He did not practice all week.

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