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Thursday Practice Report: Seahawks Defensive End Frank Clark Sits Out, Status Day To Day

Despite a downpour, the Seahawks held practice outside on Thursday as the team prepares for the Atlanta Falcons.

The Seahawks' practice report for Thursday shows Frank Clark (hamstring) as sitting out for a second straight day after the second-year defensive end pulled up during the team's 'Bonus Monday' practice. Clark's status is considered day-to-day at this point and more information should become available as head coach Pete Carroll meets with the media on Friday, when teams also must submit gameday status designations (out, doubtful, or questionable) for injured players to the NFL.

Russell Wilson (ankle/knee) was again a full participant, with the Seahawks quarterback noting earlier Thursday that he is "feeling way better" after continuing to rehab his early-season injuries during the bye week. Also of note for Seattle, rookie defensive tackle Jarran Reed (hip) worked out in full on Thursday after going in limited fashion on Wednesday, an encouraging sign that he'll be available to play this Sunday against Atlanta. Carroll has said he anticipates Reed will "be able to contribute."

For the Falcons, three players who sat out on Wednesday - wide receiver Julio Jones (knee), offensive guard Andy Levitre (knee), and defensive end Dwight Freeney (not injury related) - all practiced Thursday, with Jones and Levitre being listed as limited and Freeney as full.

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

Seattle Seahawks

Did Not Participate in Practice

RB Thomas Rawls (Fibula)

DT Quinton Jefferson (Thumb)

DE Frank Clark (Hamstring)

Full Participation in Practice

DT Jarran Reed (Hip)

TE Nick Vannett (Ankle)

QB Russell Wilson (Ankle/Knee)

TE Jimmy Graham (Knee)

WR Tyler Lockett (Knee)

RB C.J. Prosise (Wrist)

Atlanta Falcons

Limited Participation in Practice

LB De'Vondre Campbell (Ankle)

LB Deion Jones (Ankle)

G Andy Levitre (Knee)

WR Julio Jones (Knee)

LB Paul Worrilow (Groin)

Full Participation in Practice

WR Mohamed Sanu (Elbow)

CB Desmond Trufant (Wrist)

DE Brooks Reed (Thumb)

DE Dwight Freeney (Not Injury Related)

The Seahawks and Falcons have battled 16 times, including playoffs, since 1976, with Seattle owning 10 victories. The two teams meet again this Saturday in the Divisional Round of the playoffs at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta.

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