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Seahawks release Wednesday injury report for 49ers game

Running out of running backs, and a couple new names on the report

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The Seattle Seahawks have some extra time to recover after back to back Thursday Night Football matchups. That is good for a number of reasons, with one of those reasons being that it is giving some players time to rest up and get healthy ahead of their second game against the San Francisco 49ers in less than three weeks. When they do, they will be hoping to get some key players back. Bob Condotta posted the team injury report today, and it is looking a bit scary.

First the good news: Dareke Young was a full participant!

Zach Charbonnet and also Ken Walker III were apparently able to do some work in walkthroughs, but did not practice. Pete Carroll says they are still up in the air for Sunday. That is worrisome, so hopefully at least one of the two will be available. Pete Carroll provided an update on Brooks earlier in the week; he didn’t characterize the ankle injury as “legit,” and indicated that there is reason for cautious optimism. Today, he further clarified that Jordyn did not suffer a high ankle sprain, so that is good.

Two big additions to note are Tre Brown and Leonard Williams. I was not able to find any further info outside of what is listed above, so their status is worth monitoring throughout the rest of the week. Beyond that, Anthony Bradford, Abe Lucas, Jake Bobo, and Evan Brown are still all working through their respective injuries, so keep on eye on them for any updates/setbacks.