Ifedi (ankle) is doubtful to play on Sunday against the 49ers.
The Seahawks' first-rounder is yet to play this season due to ankle problems. While he managed to practice in a limited capacity on Friday after not practicing Wednesday and Thursday, Ifedi still doesn't appear ready to make his NFL debut this week.
Lockett (knee) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against San Francisco.
Despite what the injury designation might seem to suggest, head coach Pete Carroll said Friday that Lockett is ready to play, according to Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio KJR. Lockett was a limited practice participant Wednesday and full participant Friday, leaving little question as to his Sunday availability.
Prosise (wrist) practiced fully Wednesday, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.
Despite fitting in every practice rep last week, Prosise was listed as questionable and eventually handed inactive status for Sunday's eventual defeat in Los Angeles. One of the residuals from that contest was a shin injury suffered by starting running back Thomas Rawls. If Prosise is able to exchange a club for something more conducive to game action on his right hand, he may get the call as the third (or perhaps even second) running back for this Sunday's divisional matchup with the 49ers. The one constant in the Seattle backfield remains Christine Michael, so even if Rawls is limited or inactive in Week 3, Prosise would likely be a change-of-pace option, at best, in his first outing since the season opener.
Head coach Pete Carroll said Friday that Rawls (leg) is uncertain for Sunday's game against San Francisco, 710 ESPN Seattle reports.
Carroll was more optimistic earlier in the week, saying Wednesday that Rawls is only dealing with a minor injury. The second-year running back was a non-participant at practice both Wednesday and Thursday, putting his Sunday availability into serious question. If Rawls can't go, Christine Michael would be primed for a heavy workload, particularly if passing-down back C.J. Prosise (hand) is also limited or unavailable. There will be another update Friday afternoon when the Seahawks release their final injury report.
Short (shoulder) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice.
Short has been bothered by a shoulder issue this week and wasn't able to take the field Wednesday as a result. His limited participation on Thursday is a step towards playing in Sunday's game against the Vikings, although the team will likely need more than limited participation to assure themselves that the shoulder injury isn't anything too serious. If he is ultimately ruled out, expect Vernon Butler or Paul Soliai to be in line to start.
Stewart (hamstring) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against Minnesota.
This was merely a formality, as Stewart is expected to require a multi-week absence, leaving Fozzy Whittaker and Cameron Artis-Payne as the top two options at running back. Mike Tolbert and Cam Newton will also help with the rushing workload, particularly near the goal line.
Dixon left Saturday's preseason matchup with an apparent chest injury and is questionable to return, Jonathan Jones of the Charlotte Observer reports.
In his NFL debut last week, Dixon tallied three tackles against Baltimore. The Washington product has taken reps at both cornerback and safety for Carolina in the early going, but with a lot of uncertainty surrounding Dixon and his injury, it remains to be seen if he'll be able to squeak onto the roster by preseason's end.
Webster remains out of practice with a lingering hamstring injury, Joe Person of the Charlotte Observer reports.
Webster pulled his hamstring nearly two weeks ago, so it's a bit concerning that he's still dealing with some lingering pain. He remains without a concrete timetable for a return and appears doubtful for the team's preseason matchup with the Titans on Saturday. Webster is a projected depth option at defensive end for the upcoming season and will need to get back to full strength if he wants to avoid falling any lower on the depth chart.
Johnson (Achilles) was placed on the Panthers' reserve/NFI list on Monday, Steve Reed of the Associated Press reports.
Johnson also began training camp on the active/NFI list after undergoing offseason surgery to repair an Achilles injury suffered last season with the Patriots. Although no timetable was provided for his return, Johnson could theoretically resume playing after the first six weeks of the regular season.