Seahawks CB Burley upgraded while Sherman sits out walk-through

Richard Sherman was listed as limited Monday due to an ankle injury.
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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 Coleman had his suspension rescinded by the team on Monday.

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