Seahawks injury report for Super Bowl XLVIII: Marshawn Lynch back at practice

Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

The Seahawks injury report featured no surprises Thursday. Marshawn Lynch returned as a full participant after resting Wednesday.

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There was nothing to see on the Seattle Seahawks injury report Thursday. Every single player on the active roster was a full participant in practice. The four players listed on the report due to previous injuries -- Doug Baldwin, Percy Harvin, Marshawn Lynch and Brandon Mebane -- were not limited at all during the day. Barring a surprise setback, Seattle should be fully healthy when the team takes on the Denver Broncos in the Super Bowl this Sunday.

Lynch was the only name worth monitoring heading into Thursday. He sat out practice Wednesday, though Wednesday absences have been a regular occurrence for the running back this season. With Lynch back in the fold, the Seahawks don't have much to worry about, health wise, going into the weekend.

At wide receiver, both Baldwin and Harvin appear to be at full speed. Baldwin sat out all three practices last week after suffering a hip injury in the NFC Championship game against the San Francisco 49ers. Harvin is coming off a concussion he suffered against the New Orleans Saints in the Divisional round. Neither players has been limited in any way this week, however.

You can check out the Seahawks' full injury report for Thursday below. If you want. Seriously, though, you should probably just get on with your evening.

Full participants

Doug Baldwin, WR -- Hip
Percy Harvin, WR -- Concussion
Marshawn Lynch, RB -- Non-injury related
Brandon Mebane, DT -- Ankle

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