49ers vs. Seahawks, Injury Report: Doug Baldwin Limited in Wednesday Practice

As the Seahawks get ready to host the NFC West champion San Francisco 49ers, they are scrambling to get all hands on deck to keep their playoff hopes alive at CenturyLink Field this Saturday. 

A number of Seahawks sat out of practice this Wednesday, including defensive ends Raheem Brock (not injury related), and Red Bryant (not injury related), corner back Kennard Cox (hamstring), defensive tackle Clinton McDonald (concussion), and linebacker Malcolm Smith (concussion). Wide receiver Doug Baldwin (ankle) was limited, while guard Robert Gallery (pelvis), linebacker David Hawthorne (knee), and quarterback Tarvaris Jackson (pectoral) all participated in full. 

As for the 49ers, linebacker Blake Costanzo (not injury related), wide receiver Ted Ginn (ankle) and linebacker Patrick Willis (hamstring) did not participate on Wednesday,  while wide receiver Braylon Edwards (knee) and fullback Bruce Miller (knee) were limited in practice. 

For more discussion and analysis of the Seahawks, head on over to Field Gulls. 

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