Robinson May Play, Seattle And Green Bay Both Need To Win
Seattle, Green Bay both need win
SEATTLE (AP) - Seahawks quarterback Matt Hasselbeck says the team has a lot in common with the Green Bay Packers who arrive in Seattle for Sunday's game. The Seahawks have struggled with a 1-3 record. The Packers are 2-3 with a three-game losing streaks. Both teams have been hit by injuries, including the quarterbacks. Hasselbeck has a sore knee and Green Bay's Aaron Rodgers has a sore shoulder.
Robinson may play
SEATTLE (AP) - Receiver Koren Robinson may see his first action Sunday since rejoining the Seahawks last month. He has been getting into game shape while nursing a sore knee. Robinson's first action this season would be for the Seattle team that made him a first-round pick in 2001 against the Green Bay team that cut him in the off-season. The Seahawks, who let Robinson go in 2004 because of substance abuse problems, re-signed him last month because of all the injuries to receivers. He's needed while Deion Branch is out with a heel injury.
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