RENTON, Wash. (AP) - Matt Hasselbeck has missed yet another practice for the Seahawks. He remains likely to miss a second consecutive game Sunday at Indianapolis.
The three-time Pro Bowl quarterback did some light throwing behind the huddle Thursday. It was the most he's done in a practice since he broke a rib at San Francisco Sept. 20.
Backup Seneca Wallace again ran the offense and figures to start.
Sunday would be the 11th time Hasselbeck has been out injured since the start of the 2008 season. The Seahawks are 3-7 without him in that span.
Tackle Walter Jones and guard Rob Sims - the left side of Seattle's offensive line - were also out injured. Fill-in tackle Brandon Frye was limited by a groin injury.