Wilson (finger) participated in Monday's practice, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports. "He threw the ball all over the place, so he did really well for the first time out in a limited amount of plays," coach Pete Carroll said.
The Seahawks designated Wilson for return from injured reserve Monday, and because they're coming off a Week 9 bye, he and his teammates were allowed to hold practice. He's attempting to make a return on the front end of his 4-8-week timeline after Oct. 7 surgery to repair a fracture-dislocation and extensor tendon rupture, and one week removed from having the pin removed from his right middle finger he was back on the field, albeit in a "limited" capacity. Carroll also noted the team intends to clear him to start Sunday in Green Bay if he meets the requirements to play. The Seahawks will have until 4:00 p.m. EST on Saturday to make such a decision, but if Wilson is unable to suit up, Geno Smith will get another start at quarterback.