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Steelers Injury Report: CB Brandon Boykin appears on the Wednesday practice report

The Pittsburgh Steelers are as healthy as they have been all year, and that trend continues as they prepare for the Seattle Seahawks this Sunday.

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The Pittsburgh Steelers, coming off their bye week, are as healthy as they have been since their Week 1 game against the New England Patriots. As they prepare for the Seattle Seahawks, their Wednesday practice report echoes the sentiment of a team finally turning the corner of their injury woes.

The fact there were no players held out of practice is a tremendous improvement for a team that has been hindered by key injuries throughout the first 10 games of the 2015 season. Brandon Boykin (ankle) was limited in practice, and the only player given such a distinction after Wednesday's practice.

James Harrison (knee), Terence Garvin (knee), Matt Spaeth (knee) and Shamarko Thomas (knee) were all full participants in practice, and barring a setback, all should be back in the lineup this Sunday in Seattle. Also going through a full practice were WR Martavis Bryant and ILB Ryan Shazier. Both had missed Monday's practice session.

The Steelers will have two more practices before heading to the Pacific Northwest for a 4:25 p.m. EDT kickoff in Seattle.