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Notebook: Seahawks Win, Dodge Injuries

The Seahawks appeared to make it through their game against Green Bay without suffering new injuries of consequence. That should be considered progress given how things have gone this season. Quarterback Matt Hasselbeck said he was "very pleasantly surprised" by how well his right knee responded to its first game action in a month.

Hasselbeck had not played since spraining the knee against Minnesota on Oct. 22. He fractured a finger in his left (non-throwing) hand against the Packers, but the injury was not considered significant. It may, however, affect his ability to handle center exchanges. Running back Shaun Alexander put to rest any questions about his left foot. The reigning league MVP carried 40 times for 20... Recommended Stories

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