Good news for Seahawks fans out of the VMAC Friday afternoon, as starting QB Tarvaris Jackson practiced in full. Jackson has been severely limited in prior weeks while playing through a strained pectoral muscle, but it's looking like that injury is healing nicely. With Jackson a full-go, the Seahawks should have a competitive advantage over the still Sam Bradford-less Rams, who had QBs Tom Bradstater and Kellen Clemons splitting reps in practice Friday.
Linebacker David Hawthorne and defensive end Raheem Brock both sat out of practice Friday. As John Boyle reports, Hawthorne played through a sore knee in last Thursday's game against the Eagles and was less than full-speed, and has missed the last two practices. Brock has an injured calf, and at this point both of their availabilities are unknown.
Cornerback Kennard Cox was limited and fellow corner Byron Maxwell was a full-go. Both players are special teams' contributors.
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