Hasselbeck not fully practicing because of sore shoulder, ribs
From the Associated Press:
RENTON, Wash. -- Matt Hasselbeck isn't fully practicing with the Seahawks because of a sore shoulder and ribs that are still healing, though he will start Sunday's key divisional game at Arizona.
Coach Jim Mora reiterated before Hasselbeck shared some first-team snaps with backup Seneca Wallace in practice Wednesday that there is nothing structurally wrong with Hasselbeck's throwing shoulder.
The three-time Pro Bowl passer broke his ribs Sept. 20. Mora says he first injured the shoulder while getting hit two weeks ago at Dallas. Hasselbeck reinjured it making a tackle following an interception he threw to begin Sunday's game against the Lions.
The Seahawks had Hasselbeck throw 51 times in rallying from a 17-0 deficit to beat Detroit.