Unger was full go, and coach Pete Carroll says he's on track to start Sunday against Green Bay. He missed six games with a high-ankle sprain, came back last weekend, then got the same ankle rolled on by a Panthers player late in the game and missed the final snaps. He's fine now, though, after what for him and the team had been a scare on Saturday.
Not coincidentally, the Seahawks' offensive line generally had one of its better games of the season giving Russell Wilson time to throw deep down the field for 268 yards on just 15 completions in the 31-17 win over Carolina.
Bennett and Lynch got their customary "not injury related" designation, a euphemism for "veteran rest."
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Johnson is back for special-teams work after missing last weekend. He got hurt in the regular-season finale Dec. 28 against St. Louis.
The Packers' report has Aaron Rodgers limited by that partially torn calf. Any doubt he won't be starting Sunday? Me, neither.