Hamstring injury forces Seahawks' Lynch to sit out practice again

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Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch did not practice again Thursday as he continues to deal with a hamstring injury.

Last week, Lynch missed his first game since 2011 after he was hurt late in the first half of a 26-0 victory over the Chicago Bears in Week 3.

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll on Wednesday said it may take until the end of the week to determine Lynch's status for Sunday's road game against the undefeated Cincinnati Bengals.

Reserve running back Fred Jackson, who sustained a high ankle sprain Monday night against the Detroit Lions, also missed practice for the second consecutive day.

Undrafted rookie Thomas Rawls stepped in for Lynch against the Bears and amassed 104 yards rushing on 16 carries. He struggled in his first career start against the Lions, gaining 47 yards on 18 attempts.

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