Fullback Derrick Coleman was listed as out with a concussion in his first walk-through back with the team since his suspension was lifted following an auto accident last week.
The Seattle Seahawks’ injury report for Tuesday contained a couple of surprises and revelations.
First, the team listed Derrick Coleman as not participating due to a concussion (the Seahawks held a walk-through and not an actual practice and the report is an approximation of what players would have done had the team had a full workout).
Coleman is being investigated for hit and run and vehicular assault in connection with a two-car accident last Wednesday in Bellevue. He was reinstated to the team this week, and the listing of a concussion is the first acknowledgement of a possible suffered by Coleman in the accident (Coleman was not listed as having a concussion previously).
Coleman was one of six players listed as not participating. The others were: CB Richard Sherman (ankle), C Patrick Lewis (ankle), DT Jordan Hill (quadriceps), LB Nick Moody (ankle) and DT Demarcus Dobbs (shoulder).
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Sherman was listed as limited on Monday. Sherman did not indicate any concern over missing the game when he met with reporters before practice on Tuesday but his situation is obviously one to watch as Thursday night’s game at San Francisco nears.
Listed as limited was OT Garry Gilliam (ankle) an upgrade from Monday when he was out.
Everybody else on the team was listed as a full participant, a list that somewhat surprisingly includes CB Marcus Burley, who had surgery a week ago Thursday to repair a broken thumb. Burley had been listed as out for the game on Monday with coach Pete Carroll saying he would not play until Nov. 1 against Dallas. But those plans appear to have changed and Burley may be available against the 49ers.
Carroll will speak to the media for a final time on Wednesday before the team flies to the Bay Area for Thursday night’s game.
Also listed as a full participant was MLB Bobby Wagner, who told reporters before practice that he intends to play against the 49ers.