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Wednesday Practice Report: Defensive Tackle Tony McDaniel (Concussion) Sidelined For Seahawks

A closer look at Wednesday's practice report for the Seahawks and Lions ahead of their Wild Card game this Saturday at CenturyLink Field.

The Seahawks held Wednesday practice at Virginia Mason Athletic Center as the team prepares to take on the Detroit Lions in the Wild Card round of the playoffs.

One new name appeared on Wednesday's practice report for the Seahawks, with Tony McDaniel (concussion) not participating. McDaniel's injury wasn't announced in the team's 25-23 win over the San Francisco 49ers this past week, so at this point it's unknown when the setback occurred. Seattle head coach Pete Carroll is scheduled to meet with the media again after Thursday's practice, when more information about McDaniel's status for Saturday night's Wild Card playoff game against the Detroit Lions should become available.

The Seahawks' veteran defensive tackle was joined on the sideline Wednesday by running back C.J. Prosise, who Carroll said has a chance to practice next week should the Seahawks still be in contention, defensive end Michael Bennett (not injury related) and tight end Jimmy Graham (not injury related), who each have routinely been given the early part of the practice week off to rest.

For the Lions, starting right tackle Riley Reiff (hip), who missed Detroit's regular-season finale against the Green Bay Packers, and center Travis Swanson (concussion), who's missed the team's past four games, were limited on Wednesday. Linebacker DeAndre Levy (knee) and receiver Andre Roberts (shoulder) were also limited Wednesday for Detroit.

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

Seattle Seahawks

Did Not Participate in Practice

RB C.J. Prosise (Shoulder)

DT Tony McDaniel (Concussion)

DE Michael Bennett (Not Injury Related)

TE Jimmy Graham (Not Injury Related)

Detroit Lions 

Limited Participation in Practice

LB DeAndre Levy (Knee)

T Riley Reiff (Hip)

WR Andre Roberts (Shoulder)

C Travis Swanson (Concussion)

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