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Browns Unlikely To Have Tight End Back

UNDATED (AP) - Cleveland Browns tight end Kellen Winslow has been released from a hospital after a four-day stay for tests and evaluation related to an undisclosed illness. The Browns have downgraded the Pro Bowler from questionable to doubtful for tonight's game against the New York Giants.

Winslow was admitted to the Cleveland Clinic Thursday after feeling ill for several days.

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Matt Hasselbeck will undergo more tests on his knee.

The Seahawks' three-time Pro Bowl quarterback was inactive for yesterday's loss to Green Bay, after he was listed as questionable.

Third-string quarterback Charlie Frye got his first start since week one of last year because backup Seneca Wallace is also hurting.

Last week Hasselbeck said he has a bone bruise from getting hit early in the Oct. 5 loss at the New York Giants. The Seahawks have been calling it a hyperextended knee, and coach Mike Holmgren says an MRI taken early last week revealed no structural damage.

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