The Seattle Seahawks had wide receiver Doug Baldwin sit out of practice on Friday, according to the team's official practice participation report. It could be a bad sign, given that he did manage to see the field in a limited fashion on Thursday. Baldwin has been riding the injury report since the start of the season after missing the entirety of the preseason with a hamstring injury.
That being said, he hasn't missed any time in the regular season, and his inactivity on Thursday could simply be a preventative measure to make sure he's ready to go for Monday Night Football against the Green Bay Packers.
In brighter news, Seattle got tight end Zach Miller back as a full participant after he was limited on Thursday. It was previously reported that Miller was likely to play, and having him return to full practice is definitely a good indication of that. Russel Okung, who also was reported as someone who would be in action on Sunday, was a full participant on Friday.
Cornerback Byron Maxwell joined Baldwin as the only other player to miss practice on Friday. An official designation won't be given until Saturday but he hasn't practiced all week and is nursing a hamstring injury. The full report is below:
Did Not Practice: WR Doug Baldwin, CB Byron Maxwell