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2017 Schedule

Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

Seahawks RB C.J. Prosise is not in uniform. Had practiced all week and was expected to play. Expect a heavy dose of Eddie Lacy, Chris Carson and Alex Collins in the first half. Thomas Rawls is sidelined with an ankle injury.

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Carroll confident with research done on new signee Brock (0:32)

Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

Thomas Rawls has what Pete Carroll called a "minor" ankle issue and won't play Friday against the Vikings. Meanwhile, linebacker K.J. Wright, who had a "process" on his knee, is expected to return to practice next week, Carroll said.

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Seahawks' Carroll comfortable signing Brock

The San Francisco 49ers released cornerback Tramaine Brock following an alleged domestic violence incident in April, but the Seahawks were comfortable signing him after charges were dismissed.

Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

Pete Carroll said he's comfortable with the research the Seahawks did into Tramaine Brock's alleged domestic violence incident but would not offer details into the process.

Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

Pete Carroll on Tramaine Brock's alleged domestic violence incident: "What I would say to you is I don't know how anybody could have done a more extensive look into this. John [Schneider] started this quite some time ago and followed it throughout to make sure we knew exactly what was going on. I'm not going to go into particulars for you, but we feel assured that we have done all of the homework that can be done and done a little bit past that and then maybe past that. ...We've really done our work here and feel that we're in a good place with him." Asked if the process included talking to the alleged victim, Carroll said, "I'm not going to go into that, ok. There's a million questions you could ask me about that. We've done everything that you could do. All I can tell you is it's been a comprehensive look into it, and I feel great telling you that. There's too many aspects of it to go ahead and talk to you about it, specifically."

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Max embarrassed by lack of white players joining protests (1:36)
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Michael Bennett 'wanted to honor' American principles (1:44)
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Bennett: White players can aid anthem protests

Seattle Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett recently began sitting during the playing of the national anthem and says the involvement of white players would really help the cause.

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Best training camp catches of 2017 (1:45)
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Clark apologizes to Seahawks, Ifedi for fight

Frank Clark apologized to his Seahawks teammates and specifically Germain Ifedi for punching Ifedi in the face in a practice earlier this month.

Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

Seahawks DE Frank Clark said he apologized to his teammates after punching Germain Ifedi in the face and getting kicked out of practice a couple weeks ago.

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Seahawks sign former 49ers cornerback Brock

The Seahawks signed cornerback Tramaine Brock to a one-year contract. Brock started all but one game for the 49ers over the past two seasons, but was released after he was arrested in April.

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Bennett backed by brother Martellus, Baldwin

Michael Bennett received support from his brother, Martellus, and Seahawks teammate Doug Baldwin on Tuesday, two days after the defensive end chose to sit during the national anthem.

Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

Pete Carroll said that "without question" Seahawks WR Paul Richardson will be ready for the regular season. "To look that good today, if we do it right and don't take him too far too fast, he'll be in great shape." Richardson suffered an AC sprain in his right shoulder Sunday vs. the Chargers. Meanwhile, LB K.J. Wright was absent at Tuesday's practice because of a knee issue. "He's got a little process that we're going through to help his knee. He just has something that's been nagging. So he's out of town working on that this week."

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Doug Baldwin was asked if he's concerned about a segment of fans being turned off by players sitting for the national anthem.

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Doug Baldwin said he wholeheartedly supports Michael Bennett and is thinking about joining him and sitting during the National Anthem. Pete Carroll said he supports Bennett's message but thinks everyone should stand.

Team Stats

Passing Yards257.810th
Rushing Yards99.425th
Points For22.0Tied-18th
Points Against18.33rd

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