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Seahawks injury report for Super Bowl 2015: Kam Chancellor and Richard Sherman should play

Richard Sherman, Earl Thomas and Kam Chancellor are all likely to play in Super Bowl XLIX after getting dinged up in the past few weeks.

The Seattle Seahawks are entering Super Bowl XLIX without many concerning injuries.

The most serious one is to All-Pro cornerback Richard Sherman, who's reportedly dealing with torn ligaments in his elbow, which he injured in the NFC Championship. He is listed as probable to play Sunday on the Seahawks' final injury report of the week following Friday's practice.

Strong safety Kam Chancellor is dealing with a bone bruise sustained in Friday's practice and is probable for gameday. Chancellor exited practice with a wrap on his left knee after he fell near the goal line and suffered a bruise. Friday was the first time all week that Chancellor made the team's injury report.

Free safety Earl Thomas suffered a dislocated shoulder during the NFC Championship win over the Green Bay Packers, which caused him to miss a series before returning to the game. He was a full participant in practice every day leading up to the Super Bowl, and is listed as probable. He told reporters on Wednesday that his shoulder is fully healed and he's ready to go for Sunday.

Starting right tackle Justin Britt, who missed the NFC title game with a knee injury, is probable to play after fully practicing each day this week. Running back Marshawn Lynch (back) and guard J.R. Sweezy (ankle) also were listed as probable on Friday's injury report, but were full participants in practice and are expected to be ready for the Super Bowl.

No Seahawks have been ruled out, and no one is listed as questionable or doubtful for Sunday night's big game.