Thursday's practice is in the books and the Arizona Cardinals and Seattle Seahawks have their injury reports out. Not much has changed for the Cardinals, while the Seahawks got some key players back on the practice field.
Arizona saw no changes at all to the injury report, except for one addition. Linebacker Sam Acho was added, as he was limited on Thursday with a neck injury.
Still out were receiver Larry Fitzgerald and defensive lineman Ed Stinson.
Fitz is doing what he can, but his availability on Sunday is definitely in question.
"We've got four days until we play," Fitzgerald said via the team's official website, "so I remain optimistic."
Stinson's toe is obviously an issue.
Running backs Andre Ellington (foot, hip) and Robert Hughes (hamstring) were limited. Ellington has been limited almost the entire season. That shows up in the running game.
Also limited were linebacker Lorenzo Alexander (knee) and safety Rashad Johnson (back).
For Seattle, running back Marshawn Lynch sat out again because of his back. Center Max Unger (knee), linebacker Kevin Pierre-Louis (shoulder) and defensive back Marcus Burley (hamstring) did not practice. But the bigger news was that linebacker Bobby Wagner, guard J.R. Sweezy, cornerback Byran Maxwell and guard James Carpenter all were full participants in practice. Things look good for the big game on Sunday health-wise for the Hawks.
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