Defensive end Michael Bennett (not injury related) and tight end Jimmy Graham (not injury related) returned to work on Thursday for the Seahawks, fully participating in practice after the veteran pair received Wednesday off. Defensive tackle Tony McDaniel (concussion), though, sat out for a second consecutive day, and during his post-practice meeting with the media, Seattle head coach Pete Carroll said McDaniel, who suffered the concussion in the regular-season finale against the San Francisco 49ers, will not be available for this weekend's Wild Card playoff game against the Detroit Lions.
The Lions' practice report for Thursday reads exactly as it did on Wednesday, with linebacker DeAndre Levy (knee), offensive linemen Riley Reiff (hip) and Travis Swanson (concussion), as well as wide receiver Andre Roberts (shoulder) all working in limited fashion for a second straight day.
The Seahawks and Lions will each submit a gameday status report to the League following Friday's workouts, but until then here's a look at Thursday's practice report for both sides:
Did Not Participate in Practice
RB C.J. Prosise (Shoulder)
DT Tony McDaniel (Concussion)
CB Richard Sherman (Not Injury Related)
Full Participation in Practice
DE Michael Bennett (Not Injury Related)
TE Jimmy Graham (Not Injury Related)
Limited Participation in Practice
LB DeAndre Levy (Knee)
T Riley Reiff (Hip)
WR Andre Roberts (Shoulder)
C Travis Swanson (Concussion)
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