Bobby Wagner was a full participant in practice on Friday and is listed as probable to play against the St. Louis Rams on Monday Night Football, according to John Boyle at the Everett Herald.
Wagner has missed the last two games with a sprained ankle.
Seahawks.com writer Clare Farnsworth reported that Wagner is ahead of schedule in his recovery process and spoke with defensive coordinator Dan Quinn on Friday:
“Bobby did a good job today,” defensive coordinator Dan Quinn said after practice. “It was certainly great to have been back in at practice today.”
Golden Tate was also a full participant in practice on Friday and is expected to play on Monday. He left Tuesday’s practice with a sore shoulder, according to Liz Matthews of 710 ESPN Seattle.
Christine Michael is questionable for Monday’s game and missed Friday’s practice due to illness, according to ESPN’s official Seahawks injury report.
The report also mentioned that Percy Harvin will be day-to-day but will not be rushed to make his Seattle debut:
Harvin (hip) remains day-to-day, but his status may be in question until Monday’s game in St. Louis, the Seahawks’ official site reports. Coach Pete Carroll said, “Nothing’s realistic right now but getting to the next day. It would be great to see him play this weekend, but that’s not part of what we’re counting on.”
The other Seahawks who did not practice on Friday were full back Derrick Coleman (hamstring), tackle Breno Giacomini (knee) and safety Jeron Johnson (hamstring).