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Wednesday Practice Report: Seahawks, Packers Mostly Healthy Heading Into Week 1

A closer look at Wednesday's practice report for the Seahawks and Packers heading into the Week 1 matchup between the two clubs.

The best photos from the Seahawks' Wednesday practice at Virginia Mason Athletic Center in preparation for Sunday's Game against the Green Bay Packers. 

The Seahawks' first practice of the 2017 regular season is in the books, and the team looks to be mostly healthy as it readies for its Week 1 matchup with the Packers in Green Bay.

Head coach Pete Carroll shared more in-depth injury updates during his Wednesday press conference, but the only Seahawks player who did not work out to start the week was linebacker Michael Wilhoite (calf). 

Encouragingly, receiver Tyler Lockett (knee) and running back Thomas Rawls (ankle) were each full participants Wednesday, and while Frank Clark (wrist) was limited, Carroll said last week that "the results came out really positive" for the defensive end after he saw a specialist about the injury and that "he'll be ready to go" against the Packers.

The Packers look to be in equally as good shape heading into the first game of the year, with every player participating in Wednesday's practice.

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

Seattle Seahawks

Did Not Participate in Practice

LB Michael Wilhoite (Calf)

Limited Participation in Practice

DE Frank Clark (Wrist)

SS Delano Hill (Shoulder)

Full Participation in Practice

WR Tyler Lockett (Knee)

RB Thomas Rawls (Ankle)

TE Nick Vannett (Concussion)

Green Bay Packers

Limited Participation in Practice

DT Montravius Adams (Foot)

T Bryan Bulaga (Ankle)

CB Davon House (Hamstring)

CB Kevin King (Groin)

Full Participation in Practice

LB Clay Matthews (Groin)

LB Nick Perry (Ankle)

Take a look at the Green Bay Packers players you can expect to see when the Seattle Seahawks take the field in Week 1 at Lambeau Field. 

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