by Curtis Crabtree
RENTON - WR Doug Baldwin is questionable for Monday night's game against the Green Bay Packers.
Baldwin did not practice either of the last two days after injuring his shoulder during practice this week. Head coach Pete Carroll expects Baldwin to be a game-time decision.
"He banged his shoulder during the week here, and we don’t know yet," Carroll said. "He thinks he can get right so we’ll have to wait until game time to see."
Baldwin has been banged up all year. A hamstring injury kept him sidelined for the majority of training camp but he made it back in time to play in each of the first two games for Seattle.
CB Byron Maxwell is out with a hamstring strain suffered in last week's 27-7 win over the Dallas Cowboys. He has not been able to practice all week.
T Russell Okung is back from a bruised knee that sidelined him against the Cowboys last week. Okung will start against the Packers at left tackle Monday night.
WR Charly Martin (chest), TE Zach Miller (knee) and RB Marshawn Lynch (back) all fully participated in practice Friday and are probable to play Monday. WR Sidney Rice is also probable after being held out of practice Friday for rest.
Green Bay Packers
LB Jamari Lattimore (ankle) - DNP
CB Davon House (shoulder) - LP
TE Tom Crabtree (shoulder) - DNP
WR Greg Jennings (groin) - LP
S Sean Richardson (hamstring) - LP
RB James Starks (toe) - LP
DE C.J. Wilson (groin) - LP
WR Randall Cobb (hamstring) - FP
LB Terrell Manning (concussion) - FP
LB Nick Perry (wrist) - FP
G Josh Sitton (knee) - LP
CB Byron Maxwell (hamstring) - DNP
WR Doug Baldwin (shoulder) - DNP
WR Charly Martin (chest) - FP
T Russell Okung (knee) - FP
TE Zach Miller (foot) - FP
RB Marshawn Lynch (back) - FP
WR Sidney Rice (rest) - DNP