Two players who accounted for more than two thirds of the Seahawks’ entire offensive production in the NFC title game have missed the first two days of practice in advance of Super Bowl XLVIII.
Running back Marshawn Lynch, who rushed for 109 yards against the 49ers, and receiver Doug Baldwin, who generated 106 receiving yards, have missed practice on both Wednesday and Thursday.
Lynch has a knee injury, and Baldwin is battling a hip pointer.
According to the team’s official injury report, defensive lineman Brandon Mebane returned to practice today with an ankle injury. He participated on a limited basis.
Receiver Percy Harvin (concussion) participated fully in practice, and that’s the extent of the team’s current injury list.