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Seahawks’ Abe Lucas, Evan Brown, Ken Walker sit out Wednesday practice for Cardinals game

In total, seven Seahawks did not practice.

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The Seattle Seahawks kicked off practice for their must-win Week 18 game against the Arizona Cardinals with a reduced injury report compared to the previous week. Unfortunately, starting center Evan Brown is still in concussion protocol, while starting right tackle Abraham Lucas is unlikely to play due to his ailing knee.

Running back Kenneth Walker, whose shoulder was noticeably bothering him in Sunday’s loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers, did not practice. Jason Peters, Nick Bellore, Mario Edwards, and Jarran Reed were the other DNPs. Peters is not expected back this week.

On the plus side, Jordyn Brooks was a limited practice participant after missing last week with an ankle sprain. Phil Haynes was also limited in his first session after being designated for return from IR.

Anthony Bradford, Artie Burns, and Leonard Williams were all full participants.

Arizona’s injury report is almost all on the defensive side of the ball. Left tackle D.J. Humphries is out with a torn ACL suffered in the win over the Philadelphia Eagles, so it’s all a matter of procedure to end his season on IR.