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NFL injury report: Seahawks hope time off will be helpful

Following a full week off, head coach Pete Carroll hopes to have his entire squad ready to practice this week.

Otto Greule Jr

Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll gave his injury-riddled squad the entire week off leading into their Week 11 bye in an effort to get his team healthy, refreshed and refocused heading into this Sunday's game against the Miami Dolphins.

The Seahawks (6-4) had their most populated injury report of the season heading into their 28-7 win over the stuggling New York Jets in Week 10, and hope that the time off will have everyone ready to return to practice this week.

Guard James Carpenter and linebacker K.J. Wright sat out the Jets game with concussions and were joined on the injury report by 11 other players -- nine of whom were listed as probable -- including running back Marshawn Lynch, wide receiver Braylon Edwards and guard John Moffitt.

Kickoff for the Seahawks battle with the Dolphins is slated for 10 a.m. PT at Sun Life Stadium on Sunday and the game will be televised on FOX.