Three-time All-Pro safety Earl Thomas, here with with his daughter Kaleigh Rose before the Seahawks played Philadelphia in Seattle two weeks ago, returned from a hamstring injury to practice on Wednesday. He -- not she -- is on track to play Sunday night against Carolina.
Three-time All-Pro safety Earl Thomas, here with with his daughter Kaleigh Rose before the Seahawks played Philadelphia in Seattle two weeks ago, returned from a hamstring injury to practice on Wednesday. He -- not she -- is on track to play Sunday night against Carolina. Stephen Brashear AP
Three-time All-Pro safety Earl Thomas, here with with his daughter Kaleigh Rose before the Seahawks played Philadelphia in Seattle two weeks ago, returned from a hamstring injury to practice on Wednesday. He -- not she -- is on track to play Sunday night against Carolina. Stephen Brashear AP
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Earl Thomas, Michael Bennett back to practice fully, Russell Wilson finally not on injury-practice report

November 30, 2016 05:17 PM

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