Seahawks CB Burley upgraded while Sherman sits out walk-through

Richard Sherman was listed as limited Monday due to an ankle injury. Elaine Thompson AP Photo

One day after he was listed as out for Thursday night's game at San Francisco, Seattle Seahawks cornerback Marcus Burley was listed as a full participant on Tuesday's injury report.

Although the Seahawks held a walk-through, Burley was a surprise upgrade less than two weeks after undergoing surgery to repair a broken thumb on Oct. 8.

Cornerback Richard Sherman, a limited participant in Monday's practice due to an ankle injury, was among six players who did not take part in Tuesday's walk-through. Sherman made no mention of an injury during a conference call with reporters Tuesday.

Middle linebacker Bobby Wagner, who sat out Sunday's loss to the Carolina Panthers, was listed as a full participant and told reporters he is planning on playing against the 49ers.

Fullback Derrick Coleman, the subject of an investigation after his arrest on vehicular assault and hit-and-run charges last week, was a non-participant due to a concussion, presumably suffered in the accident. Coleman had his suspension rescinded by the team on Monday.

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