Seahawks Injury Report: Tarvaris Jackson Limited, Zach Miller Out During Wednesday's Practice

The Seattle Seahawks face the Cleveland Browns this weekend, and the team may be without a few key offensive pieces for Sunday's road game. The Seahawks missed a total of three players in one capacity or another on Wednesday.

Tight end Zach Miller (ankle/head) and center Max Unger (foot) did not practice. Miller suffered a concussion during the team's last game against the New York Giants before the bye week and is still recovering. It is unlikely that he will return for Sunday's game.

Meanwhile, starting quarterback Tarvaris Jackson (pectoral) was limited on Wednesday. Jackson suffered a severe hit during the Giants game and his status for this week's game is still unclear. Head coach Pete Carroll stated earlier this week that Jackson may be able to play on Sunday, but he will need to show significant improvement over the next few days before anything can be known definitively.

Seahawks guard Robert Gallery (groin), running back Marshawn Lynch (ankle), linebacker Malcolm Smith (hamstring) and wide receiver Mike Williams (concussion) all practiced fully on Wednesday. Seattle, with the possible exceptions of Jackson and Miller, should be generally healthy for Sunday's game against the Browns.

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