Rookie DE Darrell Taylor returns to team practice from NFI list

Patrick Olde Loohuis
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Just in time for the postseason, coach Pete Carroll has announced that rookie defensive end Darrell Taylor has finally been designated to return to the Seattle Seahawks’ practice activities. Carroll relayed the news during his press conference on Tuesday.

Seattle placed Taylor on the non-football injury list at the start of preseason training camp and the rookie missed the entire 2020 regular season, which he spent recovering from surgery due to a stress fracture he sustained at the University of Tennessee.

It is unlikely that Taylor will play in this year’s postseason following no regular-season experience in his rookie year, but being able to practice could be a plus for the long-term future, as he can get back into the groove of certain aspects of the game.

Fans will very likely have to wait until the 2021 season to see Taylor in action.

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