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June 3, 2008 3:09 PM

Floyd Womack absent from practice field

Posted by Danny O'Neil

Offensive lineman Floyd Womack wasn't on the practice field, and while the team doesn't announce injuries or status during offseason workouts, the most likely explanation is he was getting treatment. Womack has been an oft-injured member of the Seahawks offensive line the past few seasons.

Defensive tackle Rocky Bernard returned to practice on Tuesday. He missed Monday's workout after attending a pre-trial hearing. Bernard is recovering from offseason surgery on his foot. He participated in individual drills on Tuesday, not the team drills.

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Posted by OBJuan

4:33 PM, Jun 03, 2008

Danny,

Read that Williams played LT in place of Chop...how did he look with the 1st team?

Posted by stiles88

4:08 PM, Jun 04, 2008

I had a chance to watch the minicamp today and then was introduced to Floyd, Chris Spencer and Marcus Tubbs. They were all inside rehabbing and they said they are progressing well.

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