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WR Jackson returns for Seahawks

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© St. Petersburg Times
published November 25, 2002

SEATTLE -- Seahawks receiver Darrell Jackson started Sunday against Kansas City, returning for the first time since his postgame seizure last month in Dallas.

Jackson, a standout at Florida and Tampa Catholic, was cheered when he was introduced before kickoff. He finished with six catches for 92 yards.

He sustained a concussion on a hit by safety Darren Woodson on Oct. 27. Jackson then had a seizure and was hospitalized overnight in Texas. He passed a series of neurological tests two weeks ago but he was held out an additional two weeks as a precaution.

BENGALS: Kick returner Brandon Bennett hyperextended his right knee on a 52-yard return to start the second half and didn't return.

BILLS: Cornerback Antoine Winfield injured his lower right leg.

BRONCOS: Jason Elam hit the left upright with an extra point against the Colts, ending his league-record streak at 371. It was his second PAT miss and first since Nov. 14, 1993.

BROWNS: Cornerback Daylon McCutcheon injured his right thumb.

CHARGERS: Receiver Curtis Conway aggravated a shoulder injury, saw limited action and didn't catch a pass. ... Cornerback Ryan McNeil hurt his right forearm and was taken to the locker room on a cart in the first quarter. Tackle Ed Ellis also left on a cart with a high right ankle sprain.

COWBOYS: Special teamer Randal Williams had a concussion and cornerback Duane Hawthorne hyperextended his right knee.

FALCONS: Linebacker John Holecek broke his right arm.

JAGUARS: Safety Donovin Darius, the team's leading tackler, bruised his left shoulder. Replacement Ainsley Battles had an interception and a fumble recovery.

JETS: Running back Richie Anderson sprained his left ankle.

PANTHERS: Linebacker Dan Morgan, returning after missing two games with a groin injury, dislocated his shoulder and will be out next week.

RAIDERS: Coach Bill Callahan fined defensive end Regan Upshaw, a former Buc, $87,000 for a confrontation with offensive line coach Aaron Kromer two weeks ago. Upshaw then filed a grievance against the team as an appeal to the fine, which amounted to about a week's pay, CBS reported on The NFL Today and SportsLine.com. Upshaw, recovering from knee surgery, was activated from the physically unable to perform list to the 53-man roster Wednesday. He was not active Sunday but did travel with the team.

RAMS: Running back Marshall Faulk sat out his second straight game with foot and ankle injuries. Lamar Gordon had 108 total yards in his place. ... Starting left guard Tom Nutten broke his leg early in the second half.

RAVENS: Linebacker Ray Lewis sat out for the sixth time in seven games, this time because of ankle and calf injuries. A separated shoulder had kept him out of five games. ... Left guard Edwin Mulitalo aggravated a back strain in warmups and didn't play. He was replaced by Casey Rabach.

REDSKINS: Cornerbacks Fred Smoot (bruised lower back) and Darrell Green (bruised hip) were injured in the fourth quarter. Smoot returned to the game.

SAINTS: Linebacker Sedrick Hodge had a mild concussion.

SEAHAWKS: Linebacker Anthony Simmons played for the first time since opening week. He had a high ankle sprain.

STEELERS: Running back Jerome Bettis moved past O.J. Simpson into 11th in career rushing yards with 79 against Cincinnati. Bettis, who until Sunday was out for all but a few plays since injuring a knee Oct. 21, has 11,287 yards, 51 more than Simpson. ... Right guard Kendall Simmons (right knee) left in the second half.

TITANS: Safety Rich Coady and receiver Kevin Dyson injured hamstrings.

VIKINGS: Running back Michael Bennett strained his right calf.

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