BRADY HENDERSON

Seahawks’ Will Tukuafu misses practice again; Mike Morgan limited

Dec 8, 2016, 4:49 PM | Updated: 4:55 pm
Fullback Will Tukuafu hasn't practiced this week because of a concussion. (AP)...
Fullback Will Tukuafu hasn't practiced this week because of a concussion. (AP)
(AP)

Seahawks fullback Will Tukuafu missed his second straight practice Thursday, still going through the NFL’s concussion protocol after suffering one last week against Carolina. That means he’s unlikely to play Sunday at Green Bay, which would press recent addition Marcel Reece into that spot.

The Seahawks’ injury situation is otherwise looking better based on the team’s Thursday practice report. Running back C.J. Prosise, out with a broken shoulder blade, was the only other player who didn’t practice after six sat out Wednesday.

Linebacker Mike Morgan was one of those six because of a new hip injury, but he was listed as limited Thursday. So were wide receiver Paul Richardson (hamstring) and linebacker Brock Coyle (foot) for the second straight day.

Tight end Luke Willson and defensive lineman Michael Bennett, who have both missed time this season with knee injuries that required arthroscopic surgery, appear to be OK after practicing without limitation for the second straight day.

Tight end Jimmy Graham and defensive tackle Ahtyba Rubin both returned to practice as full participants after sitting out Wednesday. Their absences were listed as not injury-related.

Did not participate

• RB C.J. Prosise (shoulder)
• FB Will Tukuafu (concussion)

Limited participation

• WR Paul Richardson (hamstring)
• LB Brock Coyle (foot)
• LB Mike Morgan (hip)

Full participation

• TE Luke Willson (knee)
• DL Michael Bennett (knee)
• TE Brandon Williams (knee)
• DE Damontre Moore (foot)
• DT Ahtyba Rubin (not injury-related)
• TE Jimmy Graham (not injury-related)

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