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The loss of Hill will also have a trickle-down in some of Seattle's special defensive packages as Hill has played extensively when the Seahawks have gone to six and sometimes seven defensive backs."He can get around and all that but he can't play. He was playing great ball. … He played his best game. He played really well, hits, running, tackling, all kinds of good stuff. Pressuring. So a very bright future for him."The expected return of Thompson is an important boost for Seattle, but there remain questions about cornerback Shaquill Griffin after he suffered an ankle injury in the first half against Arizona. Carroll said the hope is Griffin may be able to practice some on Thursday before the team leaves for Dallas.On the offensive line, D.J. Fluker will return to the lineup, but J.R. Sweezy is continuing to rehab his sprained foot and will be a game-time decision. 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