The Seahawks saw fullback Derrick Coleman hurt his hamstring last Thursday against the Cardinals, leaving them with no healthy players at the position with Spencer Ware still sidelined by a sprained ankle.
They may be bringing in a familiar face to rectify the problem. Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times reports that Michael Robinson will be taking a physical with the team on Monday that could be a precursor to his return to the team if all goes well.
Robinson spent the last three years with the Seahawks, starting 14 games and scoring three touchdowns as a receiver. He was cut at the end of preseason because the Seahawks had cheaper options than paying Robinson the $2.5 million he was set to make and because Robinson was suffering from an illness he blames on a bad reaction to prescription medicine.
In addition to leading Marshawn Lynch through holes, Robinson played a key role on special teams for the Seahawks and would likely find that in his portfolio again if he returns to the Seahawks fold.