Seahawks Vs 49ers Injury Report: Doug Baldwin Doesn't Practice, Is Listed As Questionable

Seahawks rookie receiver Doug Baldwin didn't participate in today's walkthrough for the Seahawks and has been officially listed as questionable for Saturday's game with San Francisco with an ankle injury. His no-go today could just be to keep him off his ankle, but it could also mean he may not be able to play come tomorrow afternoon.

Also listed as doubful were special teamers Kennard Cox and Malcolm Smith, and backup DT Clinton McDonald.

The big question on 49er fans' minds is whether LB Patrick Willis will play, and right now he's officially listed as questionable by the team after practicing on a limited basis on Friday. Also joining him on the questionable list are WRs Braylon Edwards and Ted Ginn, and running back Bruce Miller.

Here are the reports for each team:

SEAHAWKS:

Doubtful - CB Kennard Cox (hamstring), DT Clinton McDonald (concussion), LB Malcolm Smith (concussion)

Questionable - WR Doug Baldwin (ankle)

Probable - G Robert Gallery (pelvis), LB David Hawthorne (knee), QB Tarvaris Jackson(pectoral)

49ERS:

Questionable - WR Braylon Edwards (knee), WR Ted Ginn (ankle), RB Bruce Miller(knee), LB Patrick Willis (hamstring)

To discuss the game with 49ers fans, head on over to Niners Nation. To discuss the game with Seahawks fans, check out Field Gulls.

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