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Thursday Practice Report: Doug Baldwin, Tyler Lockett Fully Participate; Thomas Rawls Held Out

A closer look at Thursday's practice reports for the Seahawks and 49ers ahead of their Week 3 meeting at CenturyLink Field.

The Seahawks held practice outside at Virginia Mason Athletic Center on Thursday as the team prepares for their game against the 49ers.

Doug Baldwin (knee) and Tyler Lockett (knee) each appear on track to play in Sunday's game against the San Francisco 49ers, with the pair of receivers fully participating in Thursday's practice at Renton's Virginia Mason Athletic Center after engaging in a limited workout on Wednesday. 

"My health is good," Baldwin told reporters earlier Thursday. "Barring any setbacks I will be playing in Sunday's game."

Seattle head coach Pete Carroll said earlier this week that Baldwin, Lockett and Thomas Rawls (shin), each of whom were injured in last Sunday's loss to the Los Angeles Rams, could all play in Week 3 at CenturyLink Field. But Thursday's practice marked the second straight session that Rawls has been held out. More on the starting running back's status for this weekend's game should come when Carroll meets with the media on Friday.

Tight end Jimmy Graham (knee), meanwhile, who Carroll said will "play a lot" and "be a big factor" moving forward, was a full participant Thursday after going limited on Wednesday. Defensive end Cliff Avril (hamstring) was also upgraded to full after practicing in limited fashion Wednesday. 

C.J. Prosise (wrist) fully participated for a second straight day, an encouraging sign that the rookie running back who was inactive against the Rams will be ready to go against the Niners. And quarterback Russell Wilson said he's "definitely feeling better this week" after spraining his ankle in the team's season-opening win over the Miami Dolphins. 

"Last week was a battle, but getting a little bit better every day and every week, that's the goal," Wilson said before Thursday's practice. "The trainers are doing a great job and just the mentality of doing everything I can and just to heal up as best as I can and to move quickly."

Wilson said the rehab he's been doing on his ankle has been "really the same" as last week.

"Just constantly working on it," he said. "That's just the way that I approach things, especially when it comes to treatment. Just trying to get as much rehab and prehab as I can, constantly moving. It's kind of the same, it worked for me obviously playing last week and getting back on the field and all that."

For the 49ers, cornerback Keith Reaser (ankle) and offensive guard Andrew Tiller (ankle) fully participated Thursday after working in limited fashion on Wednesday. 

Here's a closer look at Thursday's practice reports for both teams:

Seattle Seahawks

Did Not Participate in Practice

TE Nick Vannett (Ankle)

G Germain Ifedi (Ankle)

RB Thomas Rawls (Shin)

Full Participation in Practice

RB C.J. Prosise (Wrist)

QB Russell Wilson (Ankle)

WR Tyler Lockett (Knee)

WR Doug Baldwin (Knee)

TE Jimmy Graham (Knee)

DE Cliff Avril (Hamstring)

San Francisco 49ers

Did Not Participate in Practice

T Anthony Davis (Concussion)

Limited Participation in Practice

S Marcus Cromartie (Ankle)

DT Mike Purcell (Ankle)

S Jaquiski Tartt (Knee)

Full Participation in Practice

DT Arik Armstead (Shoulder)

LB Nick Bellore (Knee)

DT Quinton Dial (Knee)

DT Glenn Dorsey (Knee)

CB Keith Reaser (Ankle)

G Andrew Tiller (Ankle)

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