Seahawks Injury Report, Week 12: Seattle Sees Key Players Practice Fully Friday

The Washington Redskins face a tough road test on Sunday afternoon when they try to snap the six-game losing streak that's seens them fall from first to worst in the NFC East. The Redskins face the Seahawks at Century Link Field in Seattle, one of the NFL's very best home field advantages. The Seahawks have won two in a row to improve to 4-6, and appear to be in good shape injury wise heading into Week 12 as they try to inch back towards .500.

On Thursday, Tavaris Jackson practiced fully as he continues to fight through a pectoral injury. Jackson got good news on Friday when two of his weapons on the perimeter -- WR Ben Obomanu (knee, ankle) and WR Sidney Rice (knee) -- both practiced fully. Rice had sat out on Thursday's practice. All three are listed as probable for Sunday afternoon's game against Washington.

S Atari Bigby (hamstring) and DT Tony Hargrove (hamstring) were on the injury report all week but were able to practice all week.  DT Alan Branch (ankle) and CB Byron Maxwell (ankle) were both unable to practice all week, but have not officially been ruled out due to the day-to-day nature of their minor injuries.

For more Redskins coverage leading up to their Week 12 road test in Seattle, visit Hogs Haven.

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