On Thursday, Arizona Cardinals receiver Larry Fitzgerald was back on the practice field preparing to play in Seattle for the first time since suffering a concussion last Sunday. After telling reporters he practiced fully, the injury report indicated that he was limited.
He sounded like a man that had no intention of sitting out the Seahawks game, as he said he never had missed a divisional game. He did add that he understands the concerns about head injuries, but noted that he has not had any setbacks that should keep him out. He has one more test on Friday to pass with a neurologist.
The only player who did not practice for the Cardinals was safety Rashad Johnson with his ankle injury. Four other players, though, were added to the list of injuries -- Karlos Dansby (foot), Rashard Mendenhall (finger), Matt Shaughnessy (groin) and Dontay Moch (hamstring). They were all limited.
Justin Bethel, Michael Floyd and Andre Ellington, limited on Wednesday, were upgraded to full on Thursday.
Rob Housler, who sat out on Wednesday, was limited, while Carson Palmer was limited for the second day in a row.
Over in Seattle, they got several players back in practice. Four of the players that sat out Wednesday returned to practice, but they also added three players to the list of injuries, including two that sat out completely.
Safety Kam Chancellor, defensive lineman Chris Clemons and running back Marshawn Lynch practiced fully. Tight end Zach Miller was upgraded to limited. Percy Harvin remained out, as did K.J. Wright, who has already been ruled out for the week.
Cornerback Jeremy Lane was a new addition to the list with an ankle injury. He did not practice. Guard J.R. Sweezy sat out with a concussion. Running back Robert Turbin was limited with a groin injury for the first time this week.