I think the 400, 70-200, and two bodies is a good combination and even in a small canvas blind I had room for my tripod and wimberly head.
"Longer is better" is the general rule but on occasion I have found that your lens can be too long (although I'm using an APS-C). From a blind with a 1D, I suspect the 600 might work, if you can rent one.
At 10m, the 400 may only have a dof of 10 cm. Good if you're trying to emphasize the head but easier to miss the critical focus point. I try something a bit faster.
FWIW I've included a couple of shots from a blind last Spring. Not my best shots or the best conditions but these should give you a feel for what you might get from a blind. Realizing, of course, that sage grouse are dumber than rocks and will walk right up to the blind. These were taken with my 7D and 70-200mm f2.8 IS USM.