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Alex Brown, Desmond Clark both return to practice field

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Defensive end Alex Brown returned to the practice field this morning and will be listed as questionable on the injury report with a sprained left ankle that was heavily taped.

He is expected to start at Seattle.

"I'll be fine Sunday,'' Brown said. "I'll go out and do my best. We'll see what happens. Hopefully, we can all play together and equates to a win.''

Tight end Desmond Clark, who suffered a fractured rib in the season opener at Green Bay, also made it back to practice for the first time. He will be doubtful on the injury report and is not expected to play. However, it is a positive sign that will be be available next week vs. Detroit or after the bye that follows.

Strong-side linebacker Pisa Tinoisamoa remains sidelined with a sprained right knee.

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I was hoping Pisa would get back asap. We really need him w Url out.
This Seattle game might not be a piece of cake, w our D banged up and their D being pretty good, nothing is a given in the NFL.

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