Thursday Practice Report: Seahawks Tight End Luke Willson (Toe) a Full Participant

A closer look at Thursday's injury reports for the Seattle Seahawks and Arizona Cardinals.

The most noteworthy change from Wednesday to Thursday's practice report for the Seahawks is that Luke Willson (toe), who was hurt in the team's Week 8 win over the Dallas Cowboys, has been upgraded to a full participant one day after practicing on a limited basis. Seattle coach Pete Carroll said he expects Willson to play this weekend against the Arizona Cardinals and the tight end appears on track to do just that.

Left tackle Russell Okung (toe/ankle) was a full participant for a second straight day after missing the team's game at Dallas to injury, a good sign that he'll return to action on Sunday night at CenturyLink Field. Running back Marshawn Lynch (not injury related) practiced fully after taking Wednesday's practice off and Michael Bennett (not injury related) sat out on Thursday, likely signaling a day of rest for the defensive end. The only other name on Thursday's report for Seattle is wide receiver Ricardo Lockette (neck), who Carroll has said will not play again this season after undergoing surgery last week.

The Cardinals, meanwhile, list the same practice participation levels for the same seven players they included on Wednesday's report.

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

Seattle Seahawks

Out

WR Ricardo Lockette (Neck)

Did Not Participate in Practice

DE Michael Bennett (Not Injury Related)

Full Participation in Practice

T Russell Okung (Toe/Ankle)

TE Luke Willson (Toe)

RB Marshawn Lynch (Not Injury Related)

Arizona Cardinals

Limited Participation in Practice

WR John Brown (Hamstring)

WR Brittan Golden (Groin)

CB Jerraud Powers (Hamstring)

CB Lyle Sendlein (Shoulder)

Full Participation in Practice

TE Darren Fells (Shoulder)

WR Larry Fitzgerald (Ankle)

LB Alex Okafor (Calf)

On Turnover Thursday of week 10, players and coaches were breaking in some of their Salute to Service gear for the upcoming Sunday Night Football game that will honor all service members. 

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