Seau back at practice, still questionable for Jags

Updated: October 10, 2003, 9:17 AM ET
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DAVIE, Fla. -- Miami Dolphins linebacker Junior Seau ran light and practiced on Thursday, but the future Hall of Famer remains questionable for Sunday's game at Jacksonville after straining a hamstring last week.

Seau will try to go through a full practice Friday.

"The trainers and I are doing everything possible," he said. "To go out there and play is something that we are planning on doing, but we are not going to have a definitive answer today, or probably even tomorrow."

If Seau can't start, Miami would use Tommy Hendricks, along with Zach Thomas and Morlon Greenwood. Hendricks, in his fourth-season, has started one game in his career.

Also, center Tim Ruddy went through a full practice and will start on Sunday. Ruddy missed last week's game against the New York Giants after undergoing knee surgery. He will split time with Seth McKinney.

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