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Thursday Practice Report: Tre Flowers, D.J. Fluker, Bobby Wagner On Track To Play vs Cowboys

Thursday's practice report includes encouraging signs on the status of several Seahawks starters who have recently missed game action to injury.


Several Seahawks starters on both sides of the football who have been managing injuries in recent weeks practiced in full for the second consecutive day on Thursday. Again seeing a full workload for Seattle were cornerback Tre Flowers (hamstring), right guard D.J. Fluker (hamstring), and linebacker Bobby Wagner (groin), a trio that missed this past weekend's game against the Chicago Bears.

Thursday's practice status for Flowers, Fluker, and Wagner should be seen as an encouraging sign that the three players are on track to play in this Sunday's game against the Dallas Cowboys at CenturyLink Field, with Seattle head coach Pete Carroll noting Wednesday that players coming back from injury must first endure and respond well to the week of practice, which with back-to-back days of full participation, the three seem to be doing so thus far. Backup safety Delano Hill (hamstring), who was also inactive against the Bears due to injury, also practiced in full for a second straight day.

Sidelined still for the Seahawks on Thursday were a handful of offensive starters, including receiver Doug Baldwin (knee), left guard Ethan Pocic (ankle), and center Justin Britt (shoulder). Linebacker K.J. Wright (knee) and tackle George Fant (illness) were also held out.

Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson (hamstring), meanwhile, has been listed as a full participant the past two days despite enduring an injury late in Monday's game against the Bears.

"I'm fine. I'm good. You've got to report everything nowadays, I guess. I'm not sure if gambling's going to change the game, everybody's got to know everything now," Wilson said with a laugh prior to Thursday's practice. "But on a serious note, yeah, I'm fine. I'm good to go. I'm ready to go."

Linebacker Mychal Kendricks (ankle), who signed with Seattle last week, was the lone injury-related addition to Thursday's practice report for the Seahawks. Kendricks was limited alongside defensive end Dion Jordan (NIR).

Here's Thursday's complete report from the Seahawks and Cowboys ahead of their Week 3 matchup:

Seattle Seahawks

Did Not Participate

WR Doug Baldwin (knee)

G Ethan Pocic (ankle)

C Justin Britt (shoulder)

LB K.J. Wright (knee)

T George Fant (illness) 

Limited Participation

DE Dion Jordan (NIR)

LB Mychal Kendricks (ankle)

Full Participation

G D.J. Fluker (hamstring)

QB Russell Wilson (hamstring)

CB Tre Flowers (hamstring)

S Delano Hill (hamstring)

LB Bobby Wagner (groin) 

S Earl Thomas (NIR)

Dallas Cowboys

Did Not Participate

DT Maliek Collins (knee)

C Travis Frederick (illness)

Limited Participation

S Xavier Woods (hamstring) 

LB Sean Lee (hamstring) 

WR Cole Beasley (ankle) 

Full Participation

S Kavon Frazier (shoulder) 

DE Randy Gregory (concussion) 

DT Datone Jones (knee) 

DT Daniel Ross (wrist)

The Seahawks and Cowboys face off on Thursday Night Football, Nov. 30, 2023. Kickoff is set for 7:00 p.m. PT. Take a look back through history at the Seahawks' matchups against the Cowboys.

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