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49ers Vs. Seahawks Injury Report: Everybody Questionable

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The 49ers and Seahawks released their final injury reports for the week and there are no real surprises. The 49ers listed all four of their injured players are questionable. Ginn got in no practice this week and likely will be sitting out the game. Patrick Willis got in limited workouts Thursday and Friday, but I would be a bit surprised if he plays. With the cold, damp weather facing the team in Seattle, it just doesn't make a ton of sense to risk aggravating his hamstring.

Bruce Miller and Braylon Edwards are both listed as questionable as well, but both got in a decent amount of practice time. Yesterday, Coach Harbaugh even indicated Edwards had done some solid work in practice. I would imagine both Miller and Edwards will be playing tomorrow.

The Seahawks listed wide receiver Doug Baldwin as questionable. Baldwin was a limited participant in practice on Wednesday with an ankle injury and he subsequently sat out the Thursday and Friday practice sessions. Although Baldwin has been inconsistent at times, the Seahawks receivers have been ravaged by injuries, leaving Baldwin as the biggest threat. Marshawn Lynch will be the focus for the Seahawks offense, but a gimpy or absent Baldwin will benefit the 49ers defense. Baldwin will likely be a game-time decision for the Seahawks.

WR Ted Ginn (ankle)
WR Braylon Edwards (knee)
RB Bruce Miller (knee)
LB Patrick Willis (hamstring)

DT Clinton McDonald (concussion)
CB Kennard Cox (hamstring)
LB Malcolm Smith (concussion)

WR Doug Baldwin (ankle)

G Robert Gallery (pelvis)
LB David Hawthorne (knee)
QB Tarvaris Jackson (pectoral)