Found December 15, 2011 on Seahawks Insider:
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The Seattle Seahawks could be starting their seventh different offensive line combination on Sunday against Chicago. Offensive guard Robert Gallery missed practice for a second straight day with a hip issue. Allen Barbre worked at left guard with the first unit in Gallery’s place. Also sitting out for a second straight day was defensive end Raheem Brock (calf). New players sitting out include cornerback Richard Sherman (knee) and offensive lineman Jarriel … Read more »
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