The Seahawks practice for over an hour today in preparation for Sunday's game.
Quarterback Matt Hasselbeck went through the entire practice and appears ready to go on Sunday. Fullback Leonard Weaver, along with wide receiver Koren Robinson, worked with the first team and should be ready to go.
Seattle head coach Mike Holmgren said Hasselbeck bounced back and had a good week of practice after his first game in six weeks.
Left guard Mike Wahle (shoulder) and safety C.J. Wallace (hamstring) did not practice and probably will not play Sunday. Red Bryant (ankle) also did not practice and probably will not play.
Steve Vallos got a couple snaps with the first unit towards the end of practice, but Holmgren said Vallos won't play unless something happens to Chris Spencer at center.
Seneca Wallace also got a couple snaps with the first unit at quarterback.
With the Seahawks playing on Thursday after Sunday's game against Washington, Holmgren said next week's preparation will be condensed with the short week.
"The players haven't thought much about the game on Thursday," Holmgren said. "We just have to be very smart on how we practice next week. We're not going to be able to do much really. Their day of is Monday, so we're going to give them Monday off. Then we practice on Tuesday and then travel on Wednesday."
Cornerback Josh Wilson, who rolled his right ankle on Wednesday, practiced again and should play on Sunday.
Holmgren said defensive end Patrick Kerney, who was placed on injured reserve this week, had some impingement in his shoulder and it wasn't responding the way doctors had hoped after the surgery a couple weeks ago.
Kerney had another MRI performed this week and Holmgren said doctors believe Kerney might have another issue with his shoulder, so Kerney could have his shoulder looked at again. With the uncertainty regarding Kerney's injury, Holmgren said the team decided to place him on injured reserve.