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Super Bowl teams issue injury reports

NEW YORK — The first injury report of the week came out on Wednesday.

Seattle RB Marshawn Lynch did not practice (not injury related), but that is not unusual for him. WR Doug Baldwin (hip), WR Percy Harvin (concussion) and DT Brandon Mebane (ankle) were all listed as full participation.

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“This is the day we rest Marshawn,” coach Pete Carroll said. “Wednesday is always a rest day for him. We’ve been doing that for years, and it’s always worked out great. We’re in great shape.”

The practice pool report said the Seahawks practiced at a fast tempo at the Giants’ indoor practice facility, with doors open to bring the cold air in. Players did not wear pads.

For the Broncos, DT Sione Fua (calf) did not practice; TE Joel Dreessen (knee), DT Terrance Knighton (knee), DT Chris Kuper (ankle), QB Peyton Manning (ankle), RB Knowshon Moreno (ribs), K Matt Prater (illness), DT Mitch Unrein (knee) and CB Kayvon Webster (thumb) were all listed as full participation.

Denver practiced in full pads on Wednesday, as it has done nearly every Wednesday this season, and was outside at the Jets’ facility.

“We’re pretty much weatherproof,” Fox said. “We practice in this stuff all the time. Being in Denver, we’ve played in a few elements. We practiced numerous times in single digit, played in single digit, played in wind. We’ve practiced in snow many times. We’re pretty much ready for anything.”

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