Updated Sep 21, 2012 - 5:06 pm
Seahawks' Doug Baldwin misses practice Friday
What says Friday on the calendar is actually a Thursday in the Seahawks' work week. That's due to their next game being on a Monday night.
The biggest concern on the Seattle injury report is slot receiver Doug Baldwin. He was limited in practice Thursday with a shoulder problem, but did not practice Friday afternoon. Cornerback Byron Maxwell was the only other player held out of practice.
Receiver Charly Martin, left tackle Russell Okung, running back Marshawn Lynch, and tight end Zach Miller were all full participants in practice. Martin might be the biggest surprise as he recovers from a bruised lung in the opening game at Arizona.
Defensive coordinator Gus Bradley spoke with reporters following practice and again talked about the challenges of Green Bay's explosive offense. Bradley said his pass rushers must get sacks and hits on Rodgers when they come free. The Seahawks missed on a couple chances against Tony Romo last week.
Bradley said linebackers like K.J. Wright must also come up with interceptions if they get the rare chance to pick off an errant pass from Rodgers.
The Seahawks have a light workout Saturday to install final plays for the Monday night game.
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