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Sidney Rice is expected to play through his foot contusion Sunday after missing two practices earlier in the week.
Seattle Seahawks WR Sidney Rice (foot) returned to practice Friday and is expected to play after being assigned a probable tag from the team.
Rice shed his walking boot and practiced in a full extent after sitting out the previous two days. According to John Boyle of the Everett Herald, head coach Pete Carroll confirmed that Rice will be available Sunday against the Buffalo Bills. If Rice isn't 100% though, it's possible that Doug Baldwin and Charly Martin could pick up some additional snaps.
RB Marshawn Lynch (back/foot) was also slapped with a probable tag after getting in his usual amount of rest throughout the practice week. Additionally, the Seahawks listed two other players as probable: DE Red Bryant (foot) and SS Kam Chancellor (groin).
For the Seahawks' complete injury report, follow this link.