Seattle Seahawks defensive tackle Tony McDaniel can’t seem to shake a nagging groin injury that’s bothered him since training camp.
McDaniel was the only new player on the injury report for the Seahawks this afternoon. He did not practice because of a lingering hamstring issue.
Cornerback Brandon Browner also did not make it back on the field today, as Pete Carroll had anticipated. So it appears a hamstring injury could keep Seattle’s starting cornerback out a second straight game. The Seahawks could use the physical Browner on the field to slow down Anquan Boldin.
Other Seattle players who did not practice today include defensive tackle Jordan Hill (biceps) and strong safety Jeron Johnson (hamstring).
Brandon Mebane returned to practice as a limited participant, after missing Wednesday’s workout with an ankle issue.
Full participants for the Seahawks include tight end Luke Willson (oblique), defensive end Chris Clemons (knee), defensive end Cliff Avril (hamstring), offensive lineman Michael Bowie (shoulder) and receiver Sidney Rice (knee).