RENTON No more PUPs.
Jimmy Graham is back on the field this morning. The $40 million tight end is practicing with the Seahawks for the first time since November, when he ruptured the patellar tendon in his knee.
Graham had been on the physically-unable-to-perform list since training camp began July 30. His return comes a day after lead running back Thomas Rawls came off the PUP list and began practicing in his comeback from a broken ankle and torn ligaments in December.
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Doug Baldwin is also back for Wednesday’s full-pads practice. Seattle’s No. 1 wide receiver missed a week with a bruised Achilles tendon.
The Seahawks play their first of four exhibition games on Saturday at Kansas City. Don’t expect Graham, Rawls and probably Baldwin to play in that one.