RENTON, Wash. (AP) -Quarterback Matt Hasselbeck is finally ready to start again. Wide receiver Deion Branch will try to play his first full game since January.
They're back for what Seahawks coach Mike Holmgren says is a must-win game to save Seattle's season, on Sunday against first-place Arizona.
Hasselbeck took all the first-team snaps in Friday's practice. Holmgren then said his three-time Pro Bowl passer is ready to start for the first time in six weeks against the Cardinals.
Seattle (2-7) trails Arizona by four games in the NFC West with seven games remaining.

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