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Seahawks expect Unger, Maxwell to be able to go vs. Packers

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RENTON, Wash. (AP) -

The Seattle Seahawks expect center Max Unger and cornerback Byron Maxwell to be fine for Sunday's NFC championship game versus Green Bay.

Seattle coach Pete Carroll said Monday that Unger appeared to be fine after having the back of his legs rolled up on in the fourth quarter of the Seahawks' win over Carolina on Saturday. The concern was that Unger had re-aggravated a high-ankle sprain.

Maxwell was ill last week and was limited to just four snaps on special teams. Carroll said it seems like Maxwell has recovered.

Carroll said Seattle will add quarterback B.J. Daniels to the active roster to take the spot of wide receiver Paul Richardson, who suffered a torn ACL in Saturday's win.

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