The Seahawks will have a couple of new faces on the practice field on Wednesday, with running back Kenny McIntosh and nose tackle Austin Faoliu both being designated for return to practice.
McIntosh, a seventh-round pick out of Georgia, opened the season on injured reserve, the result of a knee injury suffered in August.
Faoliu, who played at the University of Oregon and went undrafted in 2021, joined the Seahawks earlier this year after earning All-XFL honors with the Seattle Sea Dragons. He opened the season on the physically unable to perform list after having knee surgery in the offseason.
Currently, neither player counts towards the 53-man roster limit, and both can practice for up to 21 days without being added to the roster, though in order to play in a game, they would need to be added to the 53-man roster.
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