Seahawks head coach Jim Mora told reporters after practice today that running back Justin Forsett will be questionable heading into Sunday’s game.
Forsett said after practice that he tweaked his quad in a red zone drill at practice. He sat out the rest of the way.
“I just felt like a little tweak when I was running, so I backed off,” Forsett said. “I didn’t want to try and further hurt it, so I jut let them know.”
Mora said running back Julius Jones (bruised lung) should be ready to play on Sunday, leaving Mora uncertain as to which running back will start.
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“Julius practiced very well this week,” Mora said. “He looked very good today. And it looks like he’s really geared up and ready to go. Now we’ll see how his conditioning is, that will be a factor.”
Mora went on to say that if Forsett can play they’ll both get plenty of carries.
However, Forsett said he could have finished practice, and that he should be ready to go on Sunday.
UPDATE: Here's the injury report
For Seattle, DT Cory Redding (concussion), and LB D.D. Lewis (knee) did not participate in practice and are listed as doubtful for the game.
RB Justin Forsett (quad) was a limited participant in practice and is questionable. DE Lawrence Jackson (groin) was a full participant in practice, but is questionable.
Center Chris Spencer (thumb) and RB Julius Jones (bruised lung) were full participants in practice and are listed as probable.
For San Francisco, DT Kentwan Balmer (shoulder) was a limited participant in practice and T Joe Staley (knee) did not practice, and both are listed as doubtful.
WR Isaac Bruce (ankle) CB Marcus Hudson (back) and LB Takeo Spikes (hamstring) are questionable.
WR Arnez Battle (ankle), LB Ahmad Brooks (thumb), WR Brandon Jones (thumb), S Michael Lewis (quad), DT Ray McDonald (shoulder), RB Michael Robinson (shoulder) and T Adam Snyder (shoulder are probable.