Quarterback Seneca Wallace practiced on Wednesday and made it through the entire practice. Wallace appeared fine taking his drops and going through his footwork, but he'll need to make it through this week's practice before coach Mike Holmgren pronounces Wallace the starter on Sunday.
"I feel good, but it's different playing in the game," Wallace said to reporters after practice. "But I feel good out here so we'll see. We'll take it day by day and see what happens."
Listen to Wallace talk about his status here.
Wallace and Charlie Frye split snaps at quarterback, while Sean Locklear and Ray Willis also shared time at right tackle.
Deion Branch is still nursing his bruised heel and did not practice today.
Defensively, Darryl Tapp will start in place of Lawrence Jackson at right defensive end. The rookie, first-round draft choice has struggled at times this season. He has 15 tackles, two sacks and and two quarterback hurries in five games.
Jackson said he and Tapp will continue to play about the same amount of time.
"I feel good about the progress I made," Jackson said. "There's a lot of work to be done to get the end result that I want out of football. I have to get better at the little stuff as much as I can, and it's going to take time."
Deon Grant did not practice today but is expected to play on Sunday. Jordan Babineaux worked at safety in place of Grant.
Linebacker Leroy Hill also missed practice to rest his knee, and D.D. Lewis worked at outside backer in Hill's place.