Thursday's injury report for the Seattle Seahawks has been released, and several players sat out again as the team practices in preparation for their Sunday game against the Detroit Lions.
Doug Baldwin has a high ankle sprain injury, suffered in Thursday's game against San Francisco, and he is already listed as out for Thursday's game.
Defensive tackle Jason Jones has not practiced either Wednesday or Thursday due to an ankle issue of his own, and his status for Sunday is still unknown. Cornerback Byron Maxwell has had a hamstring problem that has kept him out of practice the last two days as well, so his status is up in the air as well.
On the bright side, offensive guard John Moffitt participated in the last two practices in limited fashion as he comes back from a knee injury that has caused him to miss the last several games.
Running back Marshawn Lynch fully practiced despite his recurring back spasm problems.
The Lions are a bit more banged up than the Seahawks. Their injury report includes: defensive end Cliff Avril, linebacker DeAndre Levy (hamstring), cornerback Jacob Lacey (concussion), and safety Amari Spievey (concussion) did not participate in practice on Thursday. Wide receiver Calvin Johnson (knee), cornerback Bill Bentley (shoulder), safety Louis Delmas (knee), tight end Brandon Pettigrew (knee), linebacker Stephen Tulloch (knee), defensive tackle Corey Williams (knee), and wide receiver Titus Young (knee).