The Seattle Seahawks need to be at the very top of their game this weekend if they hope to defeat the Baltimore Ravens, one of the best teams in the league in 2011. With the Seahawks seemingly struggling on a weekly basis, they did receive some good news at practice on Thursday.
According to the team's official injury report, quarterback Tarvaris Jackson fully participated in practice after being held back on Wednesday. In addition to Jackson, after missing time earlier this week, wide receiver Sidney Rice was able to practice on a limited basis. Tight end Cameron Morrah returned to field as well, though he was limited participant as well. David Vobora missed practice once again as he continues to deal with a concussion.
No official status for Sunday's game has been released by the team, though one has to think Tavaris Jackson and Sidney rice will be good to go. The Seahawks will need both players at the top of their game if they hope to pull the upset.
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