Found October 27, 2011 on Seahawks Insider:
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Seattle Seahawks tight end Zach Miller said before practice today that he’s been cleared for full contact and should be ready to go on Sunday against Cincinnati. Miller was a limited participant in practice on Wednesday, and did not participate in any contact plays during practice. The Arizona State product missed the Cleveland game due to a concussion he suffered in the first half against the New York Giants, taking a hit to the head by Giants safety Kenny Phillips on a Tavaris Jackson pass over the middle. Miller had to leave the game, but later … Read more »
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