by Curtis Crabtree
RENTON - The Seattle Seahawks week of practice wrapped up on Thursday and they conducted their standard day before walkthrough on Friday before Saturday's game against the San Francisco 49ers.
Since it was just a walkthrough, the practice report is an estimation of participation if they had conducted a full practice.
CB Kennard Cox (hamstring), LB Malcolm Smith (concussion) and DT Clinton McDonald (concussion) are all listed as doubtful. McDonald was the only was able to participate, although in a limited fashion.
Pete Carroll said Thursday they would continue to hold WR Doug Baldwin out up until game time and Baldwin did not take part in the team's walkthrough Friday. Carroll was still optimistic Baldwin will be able to play against the 49ers. He is listed as questionable.
For San Francisco, WR Braylon Edwards (knee), RB Bruce Miller (knee) and LB Patrick Willis (hamstring) were all limited in practice and are questionable.
WR Ted Ginn (ankle) is also listed as questionable but did not participate. It seems unlikely he will be able to play tomorrow, which could be a welcome sight for Seattle. Ginn had two special teams touchdowns in the season opener against the Seahawks.
San Francisco 49ers
WR Braylon Edwards (knee) - LP
RB Bruce Miller (knee) - LP
LB Patrick Willis (hamstring) - LP
WR Ted Ginn (ankle) - DNP
CB Kennard Cox (hamstring) - DNP
LB Malcolm Smith (concussion) - DNP
DT Clinton McDonald (concussion) - LP
WR Doug Baldwin (ankle) - DNP
G Robert Gallery (pelvis) - FP
QB Tarvaris Jackson (pectoral) - FP
LB David Hawthorne (knee) - FP