Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson was again a full participant in practice on Thursday, shrugging off a sprained ankle suffered on Sunday against Miami.
For the second straight day, Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson was a full participant in the team’s practice according to the team’s official injury report.
Wilson was one of three players nursing injuries who were listed as full participants, the others being tight end Jimmy Graham (knee) and running back C.J. Prosise (wrist) — the same as on Wednesday.
Remaining out are OL Germain Ifedi (ankle) and TE Nick Vannett (ankle), each not expected to play Sunday against the Rams.
As for Wilson, his continuing full participation in practice confirms what the team has said — as well as Wilson himself — about him being able to start Sunday’s game.
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Wilson suffered the sprained ankle in the third quarter of Sunday’s 12-10 win over Miami when sacked by Ndamukong Suh.
Wilson detailed to reporters before practice Thursday that he doesn’t expect to be limited Sunday.