Because of injuries, there were some interesting combinations at Wednesday's Seahawks practice.
Quarterback Seneca Wallace took all the snaps with the first team as starter Matt Hasselbeck sat out. Wallace threw some good passes, particularly a nice deep in to Deion Branch.
Also, the line was without two starters: Walter Jones and Chris Gray. Both were on holiday – line coach Bill Laveroni joked it was Veterans Day – to rest injuries. Playing for Jones at left tackle was Floyd "Pork Chop" Womack and at guard for Gray was Ray Willis, who continues to make strides after a knee injury.
Defensive end Darryl Tapp wore a red jersey – signifying no contact – because of a shoulder injury. Tapp, however, participated in practices with the first team and didn't seemed to favor his injury.
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Receiver D.J. Hackett did not practice because of some swelling in his knee.