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Browner Suspended; Rice Returns After Concussion

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The Seahawks will not have Brandon Browner in the secondary when they play Arizona on Sunday, but they will have Sidney Rice on offense.

Rice, who suffered a concussion after scoring the game-winning touchdown last week against Chicago, has been cleared to play this weekend. MyNorthwest.com was the first to report the news Thursday. Rice is expected to practice Thursday.

In other injury news, cornerback Marcus Trufant, who didn't play Sunday, still has a hamstring injury. Running back Marshawn Lynch, and linebacker Leroy Hill were limited in practice on Wednesday. Defensive end Red Bryant did not practice.

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