Seahawks CB Lane returns to practice after coming off PUP list

Jeremy Lane practiced for the first time since he was hurt in the Super Bowl.
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Seattle Seahawks cornerback Jeremy Lane returned to practice Monday for the first time since suffering multiple injuries in last season's Super Bowl loss to the New England Patriots.

Lane has been on the physically unable to perform list while recovering from a torn ACL in his knee and a broken wrist. The team has three weeks to move Lane to the 53-man roster or place him on season-ending injured reserve.

“He looked really quick and looked comfortable,” Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said of Lane's first practice. Carroll added that it's too soon to determine if Lane could play Sunday against the visiting Arizona Cardinals.  

“He’s going to want to and we’ll want to get him out there but we are just taking it one day at a time,” Carroll said.

Starting left tackle Russell Okung, who sat out the 13-12 win at Dallas due to a sprained ankle, practiced fully on Monday and is expected to return to the starting lineup Sunday.

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