KIRKLAND, Wash. – Seattle Seahawks coach Mike Holmgren was back at practice Wednesday after taking a day off for medical reasons.
Holmgren went to a hospital late Monday afternoon after feeling discomfort in his chest, but tests showed no damage. He took Tuesday off, then returned to the team during its three-day passing minicamp.
“I’m feeling better,” Holmgren said after practice. “They did all the tests, and I think I’m in pretty good shape.”
Holmgren underwent tests to make sure there was no heart damage, and is scheduled to see a doctor again Friday.
Receiver Bannister hurt
Seattle wide receiver Alex Bannister appeared to hurt his right clavicle at practice and was taken for further examination.
Bannister missed nine games last season after breaking his right clavicle.
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