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Will Dissly and Leonard Williams did not practice as Cowboys matchup looms

Several starters for the Seahawks did not practice Monday, even as a critical Week 13 matchup which could push the team out of the playoff spot it currently occupies.

San Francisco 49ers v Seattle Seahawks Photo by Jane Gershovich/Getty Images

When the Seattle Seahawks and the Dallas Cowboys take the field at AT&T stadium for their Week 13 matchup on Thursday Night Football, both squads will have the benefit of a full week of rest after having played on Thanksgiving.

Dallas comes into the game after handing the Washington Commanders their biggest loss of the year, while Seattle will look to avoid losing for the third time in a row and for the fourth time in their last five games. Specifically, the Seahawks will be looking to keep ahold of the playoff seeding it has occupied since early in the season, but when they hit the practice field Monday several key members of the team did not practice.

The list of players not practicing includes the top running back (Ken Walker), a starting offensive lineman (Phil Haynes), the starting tight end (Will Dissly) and the defensive lineman recently acquired for the low, low price of second and fifth round picks (Leonard Williams).

Later Tuesday the final injury report for the teams for Week 13 should be released which will include the initial injury designations regarding who the team knows will not be suiting up on Thursday night.