Seahawks at St. Louis Rams Thursday Practice Report

Check out the injury status for each team heading into Sunday's regular season opener.

Marshawn Lynch (not injury related) was a full participant - wearing No. 31 - in Thursday's practice at Renton's Virginia Mason Athletic Center.

The Seahawks running back was listed as a limited participant on Wednesday, the day of the week that Lynch usually receives off to rest during the regular season. 

For Seattle, Thursday's injury report also included quarterback Tarvaris Jackson, who continues to participate on a limited basis after suffering a high-ankle sprain in the Seahawks' preseason opener. The team expects Jackson to be ready to go for Sunday's game against the St. Louis Rams. Tight end Cooper Helfet (knee), a limited participant on Wednesday, practiced in full on Thursday. And linebacker Mike Morgan, who injured his hamstring in the team's third preseason game, has already been ruled out against the Rams.

St. Louis held a walk-thru practice on Thursday, so the team's injury report is an estimation of a player's participation had the team practiced in full. The list remains the same as it did on Wednesday, with 2015 first-round draft pick (No. 10 overall) Todd Gurley listed as a limited participant, even though he isn't expected to play this weekend. Tre Mason (thigh), the team's leading rusher last season, and linebacker Daren Bates (knee) did not participate on Thursday. 

Here's the official list for the Seahawks and their Week 1 opponent:

Seattle Seahawks

Out

LB Mike Morgan (Hamstring)

Limited Participation in Practice

QB Tarvaris Jackson (Ankle)

Full Participation

TE Cooper Helfet (Knee)

RB Marshawn Lynch (Not Injury Related)

St. Louis Rams

Did Not Participate in Practice

RB Tre Mason (Thigh)

LB Daren Bates (Knee)

Limited Participation in Practice

RB Todd Gurley (Knee)

As the 2015 season officially kicks off this week, the Seahawks continued preparation on "Turnover Thursday" to face the St. Louis Rams in this Sunday's opener. 

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