Seahawks running back Chris Carson, who has missed the past four games with a neck injury, will return to practice on Wednesday.
Another important piece of the Seahawks offense is returning to practice this week, with running back Chris Carson being designated for return ahead of Wednesday's practice.
Carson, who has missed the last four games with a neck injury, joins quarterback Russell Wilson and receiver Dee Eskridge in returning to practice this week after spending time on injured reserve.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said last week heading into the bye that Carson "wants to go for it next week… He's really determined to get that done." And while a return to practice doesn't guarantee Carson will play Sunday when the Seahawks travel to Green Bay, it's a positive step as he works his way back from a neck injury.
Through four games prior to the injury, Carson rushed for 232 yards and three touchdowns on 54 carries.
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