It’s a short week, so don’t be alarmed by the number of names you’ll see below.

SEATTLE


Out
C Patrick Lewis (ankle)
CB Marcus Burley (hand)
DT Jordan Hill (quad)
LB Nick Moody (ankle)
Questionable
DE Demarcus Dobbs (shoulder)
Probable
T Gary Gilliam (ankle)
DE Frank Clark (hamstring)
DE Cliff Avril (hamstring)
G Justin Britt (hip
WR Tyler Lockett (hip)
SS Kam Chancellor (shoulder)
CB Richard Sherman (ankle)
LB Bobby Wagner (pectoral)
RB Marshawn Lynch (hamstring)
CB Tye Smith (hip)

SAN FRANCISCO


Questionable
WR Anquan Boldin (hamstring)
T Erik Pears (back)
RB Carlos Hyde (foot)
Probable
G Alex Boone (shoulder)
T Joe Staley (knee)
RB Reggie Bush (calf)
LB NaVorro Bowman (shoulder)
LB Ahmad Brooks (shoulder)
TE Vernon Davis (knee)
WR Bruce Ellington (calf)
S Eric Reid (chest)
G Brandon Thomas (ankle)
TE Vance McDonald (chest)
It’s an exhaustive list for both sides this week, but that’s to be expected with only three days of rest. With Patrick Lewis out, the Seahawks called back Lem Jeanpierre to fill in at center. He’ll likely start. Jordan Hill may need a couple more weeks to heal, while the team expects Marcus Burley back next week. Who’d have thought we’d be saying the Seahawks need the depth at the cornerback position? Tye Smith will play, but I don’t expect him to be a huge factor coming off a multi-week injury in his rookie year. 
One name that doesn’t appear on the injury report: Paul Richardson. The team is taking a cautious approach as the speedy wideout returns from an ACL tear. He’ll be eligible to play next week, but Pete Carroll has said there’s no point in rushing him back. 
As for the Niners, Anquan Boldin and Carlos Hyde are both expected to play at less than 100%. Boldin is coming off consecutive 100-yard games. 

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