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Published: Friday, November 2, 2012, 2:17 p.m.

Seahawks DT Jason Jones, WR Braylon Edwards ruled out; WR Baldwin probable

Seahawks receiver Doug Baldwin, who missed last week's game with a high-ankle sprain and was said on Monday to be a long shot by Pete Carroll to make it back this week, is listed as probable and as Carroll told reporters Friday, "Looks ready to go." That's a rather rapid comeback from a usually serious leg injury, and that's also good news for the Seahawks who are thin at receiver. Braylon Edwards, who was a game-day scratch last week with swelling in his knee, will miss a second straight game, and the Seahawks already placed Ben Obomanu on injured reserve earlier this week with a wrist injury.

Defensive tackle Jason Jones will also miss a second straight game with an ankle injury. Most notable on the Vikings' injury report is that former Seahawks TE John Carlson has been ruled out with a concussion.

DT Jason Jones (ankle)
WR Braylon Edwards (knee)

CB Byron Maxwell (hamstring, full participation)
DE Greg Scruggs (oblique, limited)
G James Carpenter (illness, limited)

RB Marshawn Lynch (back, full)
WR Doug Baldwin (ankle, full)
G John Moffitt (knee, full)
DT Alan Branch (didn't practice, not injury related)

TE John Carlson (concussion)

S Mistral Raymond (ankle, limited participation)

WR Percy Harvin (hamstring, limited participation)
CB Antoine Winfield (knee, limited)
RB Adrian Peterson (ankle, didn't practice)
DT Fred Evans (knee, full participation)
DT Letroy Guion (ribs, full)
LB Erin Henderson (elbow, full)
P Chris Kluwe (knee, full)
QB Christian Ponder (knee, full)
Story tags » Seahawks

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