Seattle running back Marshawn Lynch did not practice because of a foot injury on Wednesday.
Here’s the Seattle Times report. Lynch usually sets out practice on Wednesday.
Cornerback Byron Maxwell (hamstring) and safety Jeron Johnson (hamstring) also did not practice.
Lynch was listed on the injury report last weak with a back injury on Wednesday. He fully participated in practice on Thursday and Friday, so the foot injury is new and may have been incurred in the Washington game.
Seattle coach Pete Carroll has stated his displeasure over the playing conditions in Washington. The Seahawks lost defensive end Chris Clemons to a knee injury in that game.
Atlanta Falcons injury report: Moore and Abraham limited
FLOWERY BRANCH–Falcons cornerback Chris Owens (hamstring) and safety Charles Mitchell (calf) missed practice today and safety William Moore (hamstring) and defensive end John Abraham (ankle) participated on a limited basis.
Moore, a starter, missed the final four regular-season games. Abraham, who leads the team in sacks with 10, was injured during the regular-season finale.
Mitchell suffered the injury during the bye week but coach Mike Smith said he expects him to return to practice tomorrow. Mitchell was active for 10 regular-season games.
Owens sat out the regular-season finale against Tampa Bay. Owens is a key special-teams player.
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