Seahawks vs. Cardinals injury report: Marcus Trufant, Red Bryant out at Wednesday's practice

Otto Greule Jr

Cornerback Marcus Trufant and defensive tackle Red Bryant were held out of Wednesday's practice, casting doubt on their status for Seattle's Week 14 matchup with Arizona.

Seattle Seahawks cornerback Marcus Trufant and defensive tackle Red Bryant were listed in the Seahawks' injury report as not participating in practice on Wednesday, throwing into doubt their status for Seattle's Week 14 contest with the Arizona Cardinals.

Trufant is suffering from a hamstring injury that caused him to miss last weekend's game against the Bears. The injury is fairly significant, and he will be re-evaluated at the end of the week. Bryant has been dealing with a foot injury for several weeks, although he was active for last week's contest with Chicago.

Three players were also limited in practice for Seattle. Linebacker Leroy Hill, who missed the Chicago game with an ankle injury, practiced in a limited fashion on Wednesday. Running back Marshawn Lynch (back) and receiver Sidney Rice (head) were also limited in practice. Both measures are said to be precautionary. Rice caught six passes for 99 yards and touchdown against the Bears. Lynch carried the ball 19 times for 87 yards and a score.

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