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Seahawks vs. Jets injury report: Marshawn Lynch listed as probable

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The Seahawks star running back was a full participant in Friday's practice and should be good to go for the weekend's game.

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The Seattle Seahawks listed Marshawn Lynch as probable for Sunday's game against the New York Jets after the running back was a full participant in Friday's practice.

Lynch is dealing with wrist and back injuries and did not practice on either Wednesday or Thursday.

Linebacker K.J. Wright and offense lineman James Carpenter are both out for the game as they recover from concussions. Defensive end Greg Scruggs is listed as doubtful with an oblique injury and he didn't practice all week. Defensive lineman Clinton McDonald was limited in practice on Friday with a groin injury and is listed as questionable.

After that, it is a laundry list of Seahawks who are listed as probable for Sunday's game. Wide receivers Doug Baldwin (ankle) and Braylon Edwards (knee), defensive end Red Bryant (foot), safety Kam Chancellor (quad), defensive tackle Jason Jones (ankle), offensive lineman John Moffitt (knee), cornerback Richard Sherman (illness) and center Max Unger (finger) are all listed as probable and all were full participants in Friday's practice.

The Jets will be missing defensive tackle Kenrick Ellis (knee) and running back Joe McKnight (ankle) for Sunday's game. The rest of their injury report is as follows:

Questionable: center Nick Mangold (ankle), offensive lineman Brandon Moore (questionable), defensive tackle Slone Pouha (lower back), running back Bilal Powell (shoulder), linebacker Bart Scott (toe) and safety Eric Smith (knee).

Probable: Tight end Jeff Cumberland (wrist), defensive end Mike DeVito (finger), wide receiver Clyde Gates (shoulder), defensive tackle Damon Harrison (thumb), wide receiver Jeremy Kerley (heel), safety LaRon Landry (heel), linebacker Calvin Pace (shin), quarterback Mark Sanchez (lower back) and offensive lineman Matt Slauson (knee).