Seattle Seahawks - PlayerWatch

-- RB Marshawn Lynch sat out practice Wednesday, but that's his usual custom. He was listed as out due to non-injury related reasons, which means he was just getting the day off to rest.

-- WR Percy Harvin did not practice Wednesday while still being evaluated for a concussion and coach Pete Carroll said it is uncertain when he will, again putting his availability against the 49ers in doubt. Harvin was injured late in the first half against the Saints. He has no known history of concussions, but does have a history of migraines.

-- WR Doug Baldwin would likely again be the kickoff returner if Percy Harvin is not healthy. Baldwin had one return for 21 yards against the Saints after Harvin was unable to continue due to a concussion.

-- FS Earl Thomas became the first player in a decade this year to record 100-plus tackles, five-plus interceptions and two-plus forced fumbles in a single season. He had exactly 100 tackles, five picks and two forced fumbles.

-- SLB K.J. Wright was a limited participant in practice Wednesday, his first practice after breaking his foot against the 49ers on Dec. 8. Carroll said he has a chance to play against the 49ers if he can practice during the week with no setbacks.

-- LG Michael Bowie should again start. Bowie, a seventh-round pick, has also started at right guard and right tackle this season and was a surprise starter against the Saints at left guard after coaches decided he was playing better than the rotation of James Carpenter and Paul McQuistan.

-- DT Jordan Hill, a rookie who has played sparingly, also sat out practice Wednesday with a groin injury. Hill has been active just four games this season.