Seattle Seahawks injury report: Sidney Rice listed as questionable vs. Bears

Otto Greule Jr

Rice leads the Seahawks with 37 receptions for 524 yards and six touchdowns.

While the injury report for Seattle features only six players, the visiting Seahawks could be without some key contributors on Sunday, including the team's leading wide receiver, Sidney Rice.

After two healthy practices in which Rice did not appear on the injury report, the wide receiver was limited on Friday with a calf injury and is now listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Bears. Rice has started in all 11 games for the Seahawks and has accumulated 37 receptions for 524 yards and six touchdowns, the team's highest marks in each category.

Also listed as questionable for Sunday's game are starting defensive end Red Bryant and starting outside linebacker LeRoy Hill. Neither player has missed a start in 2012, but both are listed as questionable after missing all three practices this week.

Expected to play are running back Marshawn Lynch and defensive end Greg Scruggs, both listed as probable for Sunday. Rounding out the injury report is cornerback Marcus Trufant, who is listed as doubtful after missing practice Friday with a hamstring injury.

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