Carroll: Lynch practiced Friday despite being ‘questionable’ for Sunday’s game

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RENTON, Wash. — Running back Marshawn Lynch had a good practice Friday even though he is on the injury list as questionable for Sunday’s game at the Kansas City Chiefs, coach Pete Carroll said.

Lynch is listed as having a rib injury.

In addition, tight end Luke Willson, Kam Chancellor and linebacker Malcolm Smith — who had all been injured — are all expected to play if they make it through pregame warm-ups Sunday, Carroll said.

Cornerback Byron Maxwell will start Sunday, Carroll said, and CB Jeremy Lane practiced Friday and should be good to go, but offensive lineman James Carpenter is listed as doubtful.

The good news:

And the Chiefs will be without two of their top receivers —  A.J. Jenkins and Donnie Avery — for Sunday’s game, along with CB Jamell Fleming.

But the bad news:

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