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Seahawks get Dre'Mont Jones back quickly

The Seattle Seahawks have had to deal with a number of players miss training camp due to being banged-up. Many of those players, if they were injured in camp, have been able to return. Some players who were hurt last year, such as Jamal Adams and Jordyn Brooks, are still trying to work their way back. But free agent signee Dre'Mont Jones hurt his toe earlier this week in practice and had to leave the field.

Jones is probably one of the players Seattle can least afford to lose. The team should have a better defensive line this season after letting most of the 2022 players leave and Seattle brining in former Seahawk Jarran Reed and also Jones from the Denver Broncos. Jones is good at getting interior pass rush, but he's also athletic against the run so he should be versatile enough to help the team in many ways.

Thankfully, though, after being unsure how long Jones would be out, he was back the next day like nothing had happened. Jones has looked fantastic in camp so far which makes the signing of him as the most expensive free agent general manager John Schneider has done look very good. Now let's hope his training camp performance translates to the regular season.

Running back Zach Charbonnet has also looked good since returning from hurting his shoulder. He is currently fourth on the unofficial depth chart for the Seahawks, but he will be RB2 by Week 1. Let's just hope he, nor anyone else, gets injured.

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