Long before kickoff of Lions-Seahawks, running back C.J. Prosise ran a handful of 40-yard sprints, then graduated to catching passes from Seattle quarterbacks Russell Wilson and Trevone Boykin.
If Seattle can get past Detroit on Saturday night, Prosise could be a boost to the Seahawks’ offense next week in the divisional round against Atlanta – if he is able to return from a broken shoulder blade.
Prosise was just emerging for Seattle when he was injured in Week 11 against Philadelphia. A week before getting hurt, Prosise had 153 total yards – 66 rushing and 87 receiving – in Seattle’s victory at New England.
Seattle had high hopes for Prosise when it drafted him in the third-round out of Notre Dame. But his rookie season has been defined by injuries, including leg issues that slowed him early.
– Tim Booth reporting from Seattle
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