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November 29, 2010 at 3:02 PM

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No firm prognosis on Mike Williams' availability for practice

Posted by Danny O'Neil

Receiver Mike Williams was inactive for Sunday's game because of a foot strain, and while he tested the foot in a workout about two hours before the game, there's no guarantee Williams will be back for practice Wednesday.

"We've got to wait and see," coach Pete Carroll said. "Today (Monday), they looked at him and there wasn't a lot of improvement so we've got to wait and see what happens Tuesday until Wednesday. We'll have to go day-to-day and we'll rest him until he's ready to run fast. Until he can really go. We're not going to push him back on this thing until we get it kind of resolved. We'll shoot for the game time for sure. We'll see what happens. I'd hate for him to go two weeks without practicing and try to play him in that game. We'll see how that all comes together as we get later into the week."

• C Chris Spencer suffered a bruised ankle after he was kicked on the third-to-last play Sunday. "It looks like he'll be OK," Carroll said.

• FB Michael Robinson is expected back this week, Carroll said.

• Carroll opened up the possibility that DT Colin Cole could get some work on the field, but later did not sound overly optimistic he would be available.

"He had a pretty severe high ankle sprain, and so it's just been some time," Carroll said. "He's not ready yet. He's not ready to get up and going on that thing. He feels it. He wants to get back as soon as he can. He's working real hard in rehab so we just have to wait it out."

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