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September 12, 2008 1:39 PM

Marcus Trufant will play with cracked bone in hand

Posted by Danny O'Neil

Cornerback Marcus Trufant suffered a cracked bone in his left hand. He practiced with a large cast on his hand Friday and will play with some type of protective guard.

Trufant played with a cast on his right hand when he was in college at Washington State so he said having a cast shouldn't affect his play.

"I did it before," Trufant said. "So I'm just going to out and play, act like it's not there."

In the other post-practice news, Logan Payne and Courtney Taylor will be the starting wide receivers, and coach Mike Holmgren was asked if Michael Bumpus would be activated from the practice squad before the game.

"We're going to talk about that," Holmgren said. "We have until tomorrow to make that decision so that will be a point of discussion today and tomorrow morning. Part of it's injury, part of it's special teams. There's a lot of things that go into that."

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