Hasselbeck, Jones doubtful as Seahawks prep for Patriots

RENTON, Wash. -- Seahawks quarterback Matt Hasselbeck and left guard Walter Jones are doubtful for Sunday's game against New England.

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Seattle coach Mike Holmgren said after practice Friday that Hasselbeck still is bothered by the back problem he's had for most of this season. The three-time Pro Bowl passer has missed five games this season with a bulging disk in his back and nerve problems down his leg.

Backup Seneca Wallace took the first-team snaps for Hasselbeck on Friday. Wallace is likely to make his fifth start of the season against the Patriots.

Jones has missed practice all week to rest a bad knee. Ray Willis and Sean Locklear are likely to be tackles on Sunday.

Starting outside linebacker LeRoy Hill is also doubtful. He has a neck injury.

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Dallas Cowboys running back Emmitt Smith celebrates breaking the all-time career rushing record in a game against the Seattle Seahawks in Irving, Texas, Sunday, Oct. 27. 2002. Smith broke the NFL's career rushing record with an 11-yard run in the fourth quarter. The run gave the 33-year-old Smith 16,728 career yards, passing Walter Payton's mark of 16,726 yards. (AP Photo/Tim Sharp)

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