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December 13, 2012 at 4:25 PM

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Rice, Thurmond unable to practice Thursday

Here is Thursday's injury report:

SEAHAWKS

Did not participate: WR Sidney Rice (foot), DB Marcus Trufant (hamstring), S Kam Chancellor (groin), DE Red Bryant (foot), CB Walter Thurmond (hamstring).

Limited participation: RB Marshawn Lynch (back), WR Charly Martin (calf).

BILLS

Did not participate: LB Nick Barnett (knee), C Eric Wood (knee).

Limited participation: DE Mark Anderson (knee), DT Kyle Williams (ankle), CB Leodis McKelvin (groin), DT Spencer Johnson (knee), DT Marcell Dareus (shoulder), S Jairus Byrd (shin), DB Ron Brooks (hip), TE Scott Chandler (groin), G Andy Levitre (knee), CB Justin Rogers (foot), TE Lee Smith (knee), G Kraig Urbik (knee), LB Chris White (thumb).

Full participation: WR Donald Jones (calf), S Da'Norris Searcy (hand), RB C.J. Spiller (shoulder), CB Aaron Williams (knee), DE Mario Williams (wrist).

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Rice was out of his walking boot Thursday but missed his second-straight practice due to a bruised foot. Coach Pete Carroll will provide a final injury update Friday before the weekend's game against Buffalo in Toronto.

Quarterback Russell Wilson has asked about Rice on Thursday, and said, "I definitely expect him to play. I think Sidney has been doing a great job all season. He'll be fine; he'll be good to go."

Thurmond also wasn't able to practice, which is a downgrade from being limited Wednesday. Martin is a new addition to the injury report.

Several Bills went from not practicing Wednesday to being limited Thursday.


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