Seattle Seahawks Friday Injury Report

The Seattle Seahawks put their finishing touches on the gameplan today before heading out to Oakland to take on the Raiders this Sunday. Injuries are still an issue for Seattle and seven players are listed as questionable on today's injury report. Among the walking wounded, starting cornerback Kelly Jennings and his replacement, Walter Thurmond, are both looking doubtful this week. If they are unable to go, Roy Lewis will step in and start opposite Marcus Trufant.

The Seattle PI's Greg Johns tweeted the injury report after practice today.

Here's official injury report: Seahawks list all seven as questionable: Mebane, Stokley, Robinson, M. McCoy, Jennings, Okung, Thurmond.less than a minute ago via TweetDeck

Of those seven, only Matt McCoy and Brandon Stokley participated in practice today. There was one positive for the Seahawks, however. Guard Chester Pitts is back and had his best week of practice this year, according to head coach Pete Carroll. Pitts is well on his way to making his debut this week, backing up the guard and tackle on the left side of the offensive line. Ben Hamilton is still holding down the starting spot at left guard.

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