Seahawks vs. Cardinals injury report: Red Bryant, Kam Chancellor miss practice

Steve Mitchell-US PRESSWIRE

The Seahawks were without two defensive starters in practice Thursday as both Red Bryant and Kam Chancellor sat out.

The Seattle Seahawks are preparing for a big division game against the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday, but the Seahawks were without two key players in practice on Thursday.

Defensive end Red Bryant, who continues to be hampered by a foot injury, missed practice for the second straight day. While Bryant's injury has limited him in practice, it is yet to keep him out of a game. Bryant missed practice all three days of practice last week, but still suited up against the Chicago Bears.

Starting strong safety Kam Chancellor also missed practice on Thursday, sitting out with a groin injury. Chancellor wasn't limited in practice on Wednesday. Marcus Trufant missed last week's game against Chicago due to a hamstring injury and sat out practice again on Thursday.

Linebacker Leroy Hill didn't play against Chicago, but practiced on a limited basis on Thursday. Center Max Unger was also a limited participant on Thursday. After being limited on Wednesday, Marshawn Lynch and Sidney Rice were full participants on Thursday.

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