Max Unger, John Moffitt not practicing Wednesday
RENTON -- Center Max Unger will sit out Wednesday's practice with a hip injury though coach Pete Carroll said the hope is Unger will be available Sunday.
"We'll have to go day by day," Carroll said.
Guard John Moffitt -- who has missed the last two weeks because of a knee injury -- also remains out at practice as does defensive tackle Clinton McDonald, who suffered a groin injury that forced him to leave Sunday's game in Carolina.
The other news is that Walter Thurmond is eligible to begin practicing next week after Seattle plays its sixth game. Thurmond is on the Physically Unable to Perform (PUP) list after suffering a setback in his recovering from the broken leg he suffered last year.
"He's a week away," Carroll said of Thurmond's status. "He's ready to go when the PUP status is lifted. We'll see how that works out. That's according to Walter. He's really cranked up and ready to go. We've really encouraged him to work really hard in his rehab so that when he gets back, he's ready to play. So we'd like to make him available. If we can get through and have that opportunity to bring him back, it's a great boost to us. We think he's a very fine football player, and would really help us."