After returning to the Seahawks over the weekend, linebacker Leroy Hill rejoined his teammates on the practice field Tuesday. The news comes from a report by the Seattle Times‘ Danny O’Neil, who covered the practice for the area newspaper.
Per O’Neil, Hill met with Commissioner Roger Goodell prior to the linebacker’s return to the practice, with no league discipline being dealt. Hill is already serving a one-year probation in Georgia for pleading guilty to a misdemeanor drug possession charge and in April received a domestic-violence charge.
Tuesday, Hill and Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll met with reporters at the Seahawks’ facilities in Renton, Wash.