Friday Practice Report: Six Players Return To Full Participation For Seahawks

Six players who either sat out or were limited during Thursday’s practice returned to full participation on Friday for the Seahawks. Left tackle Duane Brown (ankle), defensive end Dion Jordan (knee), running back Chris Carson (finger), fullback Tre Madden (chest), linebacker Shaquem Griffin (knee), and safety Shalom Luani (quadriceps) all received a full workload Friday ahead of Seattle’s Monday Night Football game against the Minnesota Vikings.

Still sidelined for the Seahawks Friday were K.J. Wright (knee), who Seattle head coach Pete Carroll has called day to day and expressed hope for that the linebacker will be able to play again this season; right guard D.J. Fluker (hamstring), who Carroll has said is likely to miss a couple weeks after suffering a setback in this past weekend’s win over the 49ers; and receiver Doug Baldwin (hip), who Carroll has yet to provide a specific update on this week.

More on the team’s injury situation leading up to its Week 14 matchup at CenturyLink Field should become available following Saturday’s practice when Carroll addresses the media at Virginia Mason Athletic Center. In the meantime, here’s a look at Friday’s practice report for the Seahawks and Vikings:

Seattle Seahawks

Did Not Participate 

LB K.J. Wright (knee)

G D.J. Fluker (hamstring)

WR Doug Baldwin (hip)

Limited Participation 

DT Shamar Stephen (foot)

Full Participation 

T Duane Brown (ankle)

DE Dion Jordan (knee)

RB Chris Carson (finger)

FB Tre Madden (chest)

LB Shaquem Griffin (knee)

S Shalom Luani (quadriceps)

Minnesota Vikings

Did Not Participate 

CB Trae Waynes (concussion)

LB Eric Kendricks (rib)

WR Chad Beebe (hamstring)

TE David Morgan (knee) 

Limited Participation

WR Stefon Diggs (knee) 

Full Participation 

G Mike Remmers (low back)

CB Xavier Rhodes (hamstring) 

WR Brandon Zylstra (foot)

Practice photos from the Seahawks' Friday workout at Virginia Mason Athletic Center ahead of Monday's game against the Minnesota Vikings.

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