The Seahawks saw what life was like without Matthew Hasselbeck for a week and they didn’t like it.
That’s why coach Pete Carroll happily announced Wednesday that Hasselbeck was medically returned to practice.
“He’s ready to go,” coach Pete Carroll said via the Seattle Times. “He’s full-go and looking good.”
The Seahawks also welcomed J.P. Losman back to the team. Seattle rolled with Charlie Whitehurst and called up practice squad player Zac Robinson to be the team’s backup last week against the Giants while Hasselbeck recovered from a concussion. Robinson was claimed on Wednesday by the Lions when the Seahawks released him, so they needed another quarterback.
Seattle starts what will be a division-heavy second half of the season in the NFC West Sunday with a trip to Arizona. The Rams are in San Francisco. If the two favored teams win (Arizona and San Francisco), the entire division will be under .500 and all within a game of each other.