Brandon Marshall should be ready to go by training camp.
The Seahawks expect their new receiver to be healed from a hamstring injury and able to take on a full workload.
“We’re just making sure that we don’t have a setback on a hamstring that’s recovering,” Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said, via the Seattle Times. “We talked about it today — he’s got a solid six weeks, he’ll be well. We need to do a really good job as we re-introduce him back into our tempo and speed and all that, that we don’t overdo it early in the excitement to see what he can do and all.”
Marshall has yet to participate in a full workout with the Seahawks with the lingering injury. He also missed a part of last season with an ankle injury and needed toe surgery.
It could be a concerning issue for the Seahawks, since Marshall hasn’t been fully healthy in months.