Cornerback Cary Williams was a new addition to the injury report for the Seattle Seahawks on Thursday while Marshawn Lynch and Paul Richardson also sat out.

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The Seattle Seahawks’ injury report for Thursday included one new name — starting cornerback Cary Williams. Williams was listed as not participating due to a hip injury. He was not listed earlier in the week with the injury so presumably it happened in practice, though details were not available since coach Pete Carroll does not speak to the media on Thursday.’

Four other players also did not participate in practice Thursday: LB Bruce Irvin, who has already been declared out for Sunday’s game against the 49ers with a knee injury; RB Marshawn Lynch (abdomen), WR Paul Richardson (hamstring) and DL Michael Bennett (non-injury related, meaning he took a rest day).

The abdomen injury for Lynch is the same one he had last week that had him listed as questionable for the Arizona game. Lynch started and played a regular amount.

That Richardson did not participate might make his status for the 49ers game a little more uncertain. Carroll said Wednesday that Richardson would jog before practice on Thursday to gauge how his hamstring was progressing. Richardson suffered what Carroll initially called a pulled hamstring when he made a 40-yard catch in the second quarter Sunday. Bennett regularly takes rest days so him sitting out practice is par for the course.

Listed as limited were WR Doug Baldwin (toe), LB K.J. Wright (knee) and DL Demarcus Dobbs (shoulder) with all expected to play against the 49ers,

Two players did not participate for the 49ers — RB Carlos Hyde (hip) and LB NaVorro Bowman (shoulder). Bowman, though, has been expected to play while Hyde’s status is more uncertain.