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NFC West News & Notes - 10/31/07

It took Seahawks quarterback Matt Hasselbeck all of training camp to find a sense of continuity with receivers Deion Branch and D.J Hackett. All that work was laid aside on Hasselbeck's first pass of the season to Hackett, who suffered a high ankle sprain that has kept him on the sideline since.

================ SEATTLE SEAHAWKS ================ Branch was injured four weeks later in Pittsburgh, suffering a sprained foot that has kept him out for the past two games. Both are expected back this week, which raises the question: How long will it take this time for the triumvirate to get in sync? "Probably one day," Hasselbeck predicted. "Just knock some of the rust off and it should be... Recommended Stories

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