First the injuries.
LB Leroy Hill (groin), T Walter Jones (knee), T Sean Locklear (ankle), G Rob Sims (ankle), S C.J. Wallace (hamstring) are out.
WR Nate Burleson (back), CB Travis Fisher (pelvis) and DE Patrick Kerney (groin) were limited participants in practice.
And Matt Hasselbeck (rib), Lawrence Jackson (rib), DE Cory Redding (shoulder) and Mansfield Wrotto (ankle) were full participants in practice.
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I don't believe the injury to Burleson is serious, and I would suspect he'll be ready to play on Sunday.
The Seahawks newest member, offensive tackle Damion McIntosh, did more observing than working on the field during his first practice, as Seattle slowly works him into the lineup.
Fourth-sting offensive tackle Kyle Williams took a majority of the reps at left tackle with the first unit during practice today.
Offensive line coach Mike Solari said that because McIntosh does not know the offense they need to get him up to speed first before giving him a lot of reps in practice.
As for McIntosh, he's pleased to be in Seattle instead of his former team in Kansas City, and noticed a visible change in terms of the locker room between the two teams.
McIntosh said he stayed in Kansas City and continued to work out there after the team surprisingly cut him at the end of training camp. McIntosh was the team's starting right tackle at the time.
McIntosh said another team was interested in his services, but Seattle was the play where he wanted to be. He also took a trip to New Orleans.
"Coming here I'm very, very excited to be a part of this team," he said. "It's a lot different experience from where I'm coming from. It's a lot different environment also."
Asked to elaborate on how Seattle is different than Kansas City, McIntosh had this to say.
"It is," McIntosh joked. "Just by eyeballing it, it is."
You can listen to the conversation with McIntosh here.