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Guard John Moffitt is still out for the Seattle Seahawks with a knee injury, while Joe Staley and Mario Manningham are questionable for Thursday's game against the San Francisco 49ers.
Seattle Seahawks guard John Moffitt is still out with a knee injury for Pete Carroll's team and won't play in Thursday's game against the San Francisco 49ers at Candlestick Park. Cornerback Byron Maxwell is doubtful with a sore hamstring, but safety Kam Chancellor is likely to play after being limited Tuesday with a sore ankle.
For the 49ers, running back Brandon Jacobs, receiver Mario Manningham and offensive tackle Joe Staley are questionable. Jacobs has been dealing with a knee injury but he has been participating in practice since Monday. Manningham is recovering from a shoulder issue and was limited in practice this week, while Staley has said he was symptom-free from a concussion but has yet to be medically cleared.
Out for Seahawks:
G John Moffitt (knee)
CB Byron Maxwell (hamstring)
S Kam Chancellor (ankle), DT Clinton McDonald (groin)
Questionable for 49ers:
RB Brandon Jacobs (knee), WR Mario Manningham (shoulder), T Joe Staley (concussion)
K David Akers (illness), LB Tavares Gooden (elbow), P Andy Lee (hand), QB Alex Smith (right finger)