After seven Seahawks missed practice on Wednesday, Seattle was down to just two players not practicing on Thursday.
Linebacker Leroy Hill missed practice for the second straight day due to a hamstring injury while, wide receiver Golden Tate was a new addition to the injury report. Tate sat out Thursday's practice due to an illness. He isn't the first Seahawk to miss practice due to illness recently, as running backs Robert Turbin and Leon Washington missed practice or were limited due to illness last week.
While Tate and Hill sat out, defense end Red Bryant, right tackle Breno Giacomini, running back Marshawn Lynch, tight end Anthony McCoy, wide receiver Sidney Rice and cornerback Walter Thurmond all returned after missing practice Wednesday. Bryant, Giacomini and Thurmond were limited on Thursday while Lynch, McCoy and Rice practiced in full.
Cornerback Marcus Trufant also practiced fully on Thursday. He's missed the last four games due to a hamstring injury. The complete injury report can be found on Seattle's official website.