The Seattle Seahawks have played much better football in recent weeks and the team cannot afford a hiccup in the final month if they hope to make a late-season playoff run. With the struggling St. Louis Rams coming to town for Monday Night Football, it is an opportune time for Seattle to take advantage and continue to make way in the wild card standings.
Here is the full practice report from Thursday:
Did Not Participate In Practice: DE Raheem Brock (calf), LB David Hawthorne (knee)
Limited Participation: CB Kennard Cox (hamstring), CB Byron Maxwell (sickness)
Full Participation: QB Tarvaris Jackson (pectoral)
Did Not Participate In Practice: QB Sam Bradford (ankle), QB A.J. Feeley (right thumb), DE Chris Long (ankle), RB Quinn Porter (abdomen), DT Fred Robbins (back)
Limited Participation: T Mark LeVoir (chest), DE Eugene Sims (ankle)
The big news for the Seahawks is that starting quarterback Tarvaris Jackson appears to be close to 100% from an injured pectoral muscle and will likely play on Monday. For the Rams, Sam Bradford continues to miss practices, although he has played in each of the last three weeks with a sprained ankle.
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