Good Morning, Broncos fans! Mitch Unrein (knee) was the only player who would have been held out if the team had practiced on Wednesday, while Knowshon Moreno (ribs) would have been limited.*
Six other players were listed on the fantasy injury report as full participants.
Wideout Percy Harvin would have made a full return to action for Seattle; he'd missed the NFC title game after having suffered a concussion during the divisional round.
DT Brandon Mebane (ankle), RB Marshawn Lynch (knee), and WR Doug Baldwin (hip) would have been held out, but there's little doubt they'll play in the big game.
Danny Trevathan is doing his best to avoid the spotlight he richly deserves.
Doug Farrar provides an All-22 breakdown of Peyton Manning's four deadly receiving targets.
Seattle corner Walter Thurmond thinks Wes Welker's hit on Aqib Talib was dirty.
What did Sherman say to prompt Michael Crabtree to shove his facemask away after the final play on Sunday night? "Hell of a game; hell of a game."
Sherman's now legendary interview with Erin Andrews followed an equally fiery one with Fox Deportes, and a hug with Andrews.
Will Leitch reminds sanctimonious parents everywhere that it's not Sherman's job to raise their children on their behalf.
Workers at the Meadowlands got in some good practice digging the stadium out from under a major snowstorm on Wednesday.
Thunder will fly to New Jersey next Thursday, but it's unclear what his role will be during the game.
Jarrett Bell examines the caponomics of the two teams' current rosters.
Richard Deitsch speaks with several writers, including Mike Klis, about what it's like to cover this and other Super Bowls.
FWIW (not much), Colts owner Jim Irsay says he's rooting for Peyton Manning to win a second ring next weekend.
Former Cowboys DT Josh Brent was convicted of intoxication manslaughter in the death of teammate Jerry Brown and faces up to 20 years in prison.
Is it any real surprise when Darrelle Revis says Bucs players didn't like coming to work with noted dickhead Greg Schiano at the helm? No, it is not.
Vince Young has filed for bankruptcy.
A group of Raiderettes has sued the Raiders over piddling pay; although our first instinct is to make fun of Oakland over this, we're guessing that cheerleaders are treated this shittily everywhere in the NFL.
Andy Benoit highlights the greatest flaws of the NFC playoff teams that didn't make the SB.
Wait, Peyton Manning may actually be better in the postseason than during the regular season? Isn't that unpossible given the narratives?
The Chiefs and Chargers appear to have less than stellar cap situations heading into the 2014 offseason.
The NFCW teams had a historically great season in 2013 relative to interdivision play.
* Correction 2:28pm ET: As first posted, the Lard stated that the Broncos and Seahawks practiced on Wednesday; they did not. Rather, the teams released injury reports as an "estimation." Sorry for the confusion!