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  • Seahawks' Phil Haynes: Returns to practice

    The Seahawks designated Haynes (toe) for return from their injured reserve list Wednesday, John Boyle of the team's official site reports. The move opens a 21-day window during which Seattle can officially activate Haynes before it would be forced to shut him down for the remainder of the season. The Seahawks' official injury reports over the week will give an idea of whether he will be able to suit up in Week 18.
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  • Seahawks' Phil Haynes: Shifts to IR

    The Seahawks placed Haynes (toe) on injured reserve Thursday, John Boyle of the team's official site reports. Haynes didn't practice all week and had previously been ruled out for Seattle's Week 13 contest, but he'll now be forced to miss the team's next four games after going on IR. The veteran offensive lineman had started all eight games he appeared in for the Seahawks this season, and Damien Lewis is expected to take over at left guard until Haynes is able to return to the field.
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  • Seahawks' Phil Haynes: Logs full practice Thursday

    Haynes (calf) was a full participant in Thursday's practice, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports. Haynes missed his second straight game in Week 8 against the Browns while dealing with a lingering calf issue. He was limited in Wednesday's session, but the fact that he was able to practice in full Thursday indicates that he's trending towards resuming his starting role at right guard for Sunday's game against the Ravens.
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  • Seahawks' Phil Haynes: Unavailable Sunday

    Haynes (calf) is inactive for Sunday's contest versus Cleveland. Haynes will be forced to sit out a second game in a row as he continues to nurse a calf injury. Anthony Bradford will draw another start at right guard for Seattle.
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  • Seahawks' Phil Haynes: Sitting out Sunday

    Haynes (calf) was designated as inactive ahead of Sunday's game against the Cardinals. Haynes has dealt with a lingering calf injury that he originally sustained during the Week 4 contest against the Giants. While he was able to suit up for last Sunday's loss to Cincinnati, the starting right guard will have to sit out this divisional matchup with Arizona. In his absence, expect Anthony Bradford to step in as Seattle's starting right guard alongside Olusegun Oluwatimi, who is also expected to fill in for injured starting center Evan Brown.
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  • Seahawks' Phil Haynes: Will suit up Sunday

    Haynes (calf) is active for Sunday's contest against the Bengals. Haynes left Week 4 against the Giants with a calf injury. He'll start at right guard for Sunday's game with Anthony Bradford in reserve.
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  • Seahawks' Phil Haynes: Done for rest of Monday's game

    Haynes (calf) has been ruled out for the remainder of Monday's contest versus the Giants. Haynes will not return to the Seahawks' Week 4 game after potentially aggravating his calf injury. The offensive lineman was unavailable for Week 3 with the calf issue and will now be replaced by Anthony Bradford at right guard for the rest of Monday's matchup.
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  • Seahawks' Phil Haynes: Won't play Sunday

    Haynes (calf) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Panthers. Haynes played 100 percent of Seattle's offensive snaps in Week 2, but he apparently picked up a calf injury that'll sideline him for at least one game. Charles Cross (toe) is also inactive, so the Seahawks will be down two starters on their offensive line.
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  • Seahawks' Phil Haynes: Staying in Seattle

    The Seahawks signed Haynes to a one-year extension Tuesday, Aaron Wilson of KPRC 2 Houston reports. Haynes was scheduled to become a free agent in March, but he's now in line to remain with the Seahawks for the 2023 campaign. The 322-pound lineman regularly split reps with Gabe Jackson at right guard this past season.
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