Dolphins vs. Seahawks injury report: Teams mostly healthy for Week 12

Timothy T. Ludwig-US PRESSWIRE

The Seattle Seahawks and Miami Dolphins are both mostly healthy as the two teams prepare for their Week 12 contest.

The Miami Dolphins try to end a three-game losing streak against the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday, and the Wednesday injury report indicates they're in about as good of health as a team can expect to be late in the season.

Only one player missed practice, Austin Spitler, while the rest were able to fully participate. Seattle is in a similar situation, with James Carpenter limited and the rest of their squad taking all of their normal reps. Complete injury reports for both teams are below.

Dolphins:
Player - position - injury - Wednesday status
DNP = did not practice, LP = limited participation, FP = full participation

Austin Spitler - LB - ankle - DNP
Karlos Dansby - LB - biceps - FP
Mike Pouncy - C - ankle - FP
Jimmy Wilson - S - ribs - FP

Seahawks:
James Carpenter - G - concussion - LP
Marshawn Lynch - RB - back - FP
Byron Maxwell - CB - hamstring - FP
Clinton McDonald - DT - groin - FP
Greg Scruggs - DE - oblique - FP
K.J. Wright - LB - concussion - FP

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