Friday in Hawkville

A recap of the day’s activities at Virginia Mason Athletic Center for Oct. 28:


Marshawn Lynch, Zach Miller and Max Unger. All three offensive starters will play in Sunday’s game against the Cincinnati Bengals at CenturyLink Field after missing last week’s game because of injuries.

Lynch, the team’s leading rusher, did not play against the Browns in Cleveland after experiencing back spasms in pregame warm-ups. Miller and Unger, the tight end and center, also missed the Browns game after getting neck and foot injuries, respectively, in the pre-bye week game against the New York Giants at the Meadowlands.

“I mentioned it about the baseball analogy – right down the middle,” coach Pete Carroll said of getting his center, running back, tight end and perhaps even QB Tarvaris Jackson back this week.

“It’s pretty darn important. Max had a very good week, he’s ready to go. Marshawn feels fine; he’ll be ready to go. And Zach is back, too. So that’s a big difference. Those guys are starters for a reason. So we’re happy to have those guys back.”


Cornerback Roy Lewis will be added to the active roster for this game, Carroll said. Lewis has been on the physically unable to perform list while completing his rehab from knee surgery that ended his 2010 season in Decem

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