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Thursday Practice Report: Kam Chancellor, Jimmy Graham, Thomas Rawls Fully Participate For Seahawks

Running back C.J. Prosise (shoulder) was the only player who did not participate in Thursday afternoon's practice for the Seahawks as the team readies for its regular-season finale against the San Francisco 49ers.

Thomas Rawls (shoulder) fully participated for the second consecutive day, an encouraging sign that the second-year running back is on track to play at Levi's Stadium this Sunday after leaving last week's game with an injury. Strong safety Kam Chancellor (ankle), who momentarily left last week's game with an injury, fully participated in practice on Thursday after sitting out on Wednesday, while tight end Jimmy Graham (not injury related) also returned to practice as a full participant after receiving Wednesday off.

For the 49ers, Pro Bowl offensive lineman Joe Staley (hamstring), who's missed the team's past three games, was limited at practice for a second straight day. Defensive tackle Glenn Dorsey (knee/ribs) and linebacker Eli Harold (toe) were upgraded from limited participants on Wednesday to full participants on Thursday, while center Marcus Martin (ankle) and guard Andrew Tiller (ankle) went from limited Wednesday to not participating Thursday. 

Here's a complete look at Thursday's practice report for both teams:

Seattle Seahawks

Did Not Participate in Practice

RB C.J. Prosise (Shoulder)

Full Participation in Practice

RB Thomas Rawls (Shoulder)

TE Jimmy Graham (Not Injury Related)

S Kam Chancellor (Ankle)

San Francisco 49ers

Did Not Participate in Practice

C Marcus Martin (Ankle)

G Andrew Tiller (Ankle)

Limited Participation in Practice

CB Dontae Johnson (Groin)

T Joe Staley (Hamstring)

Full Participation in Practice

DT Quinton Dial (Elbow)

RB Shaun Draughn (Ribs)

DT Glenn Dorsey (Knee/Ribs)

LB Eli Harold (Toe)

The Seahawks and the 49ers will face off this Sunday at CenturyLink Field during Week 3. Seattle currently leads the all-time series against San Francisco 21-15 including one post-season game for the NFC Championship in January 2014.

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