Seahawks' Rice uncertain to face Bears

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Sidney Rice is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Chicago Bears after hurting his calf during Friday's practice.

Rice did not complete Friday's session due to the injury, of which the extent is unknown along with his status for this weekend's matchup.

The sixth-year pro has played in all 11 contests for the Seahawks this season after being limited to just 15 games over the past two years by a variety of ailments, and leads the team with 37 catches and 524 receiving yards while recording six touchdowns.

Nickel back Marcus Trufant, meanwhile, is considered doubtful to suit up against the Bears after exiting Thursday's practice with a hamstring problem.

"At the end of practice (Thursday), Marcus felt (something in) his hamstring, said head coach Pete Carroll. "He's got an issue there that we're going to have to deal with. We put him down as doubtful. We're real surprised that popped up. It's going to be hard for him to get back from that."

A pair of defensive starters, end Red Bryant and linebacker Leroy Hill, are questionable as well after missing the entire week of practices. Bryant is dealing with a foot injury, while Hill strained his calf during Sunday's 24-21 loss at Miami.

Running back Marshawn Lynch (back) is expected to play this week after putting in full practices on Thursday and Friday.