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Thursday Practice Report: Five Players Return To Work For Seahawks

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Five of the 10 players who opened the practice week on the sideline were back on the field Thursday at Virginia Mason Athletic Center, with receiver Doug Baldwin (hip), defensive end Frank Clark (elbow), cornerback Shaquill Griffin (hip), defensive end Dion Jordan (knee), and tackle Duane Brown (not injury related) all taking part in practice ahead of Sunday night’s game against the Kansas City Chiefs at CenturyLink Field. Baldwin, Griffin, Jordan, and Brown were all upgraded to full participation on Thursday, while Clark worked in limited fashion.

K.J. Wright (knee), meanwhile, was a limited participant for the second straight day, which could bode well for his status this weekend after missing Seattle's past five games to injury. Both Wright and Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll have expressed hope that the linebacker will be ready for this week's game. Safety Maurice Alexander (concussion) and running back Chris Carson (not injury related) were full participants Thursday after going limited on Wednesday.

More on Seattle’s injury situation heading into Week 16 will become available following Friday’s practice when Carroll meets with the media. Until then, here’s a look at Thursday’s report for both teams:

Seattle Seahawks

Did Not Participate

G D.J. Fluker (hamstring)

RB Rashaad Penny (knee)

S Bradley McDougald (knee)

S Tedric Thompson (chest/ankle)

DT Jarran Reed (oblique/groin)

Limited Participation

DT Shamar Stephen (foot)

LB K.J. Wright (knee)

DE Frank Clark (elbow)

Full Participation

S Maurice Alexander (concussion)

RB Chris Carson (not injury related)

WR Doug Baldwin (hip)

CB Shaquill Griffin (hip)

DE Dion Jordan (knee)

T Duane Brown (NIR)

Kansas City Chiefs

Did Not Participate

CB Kendall Fuller (thumb)

WR Sammy Watkins (foot)

Limited Participation

RB Spencer Ware (hamstring)

T Mitchell Schwartz (knee)

Full Participation

S Eric Berry (heel)

G Cam Erving (knee)

WR Tyreek Hill (heel)

DT Derrick Nnadi (tailbone)

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