Seahawks tight end Zach Miller has eight catches through Seattle's first five games, and he's in his second week sitting out practice for an injury to his head and neck. That's not quite the return Seattle expected on its top-shelf investment in what it viewed as one of the game's rising young tight ends.
In Week 5 at the Giants, he was hit high by safety Kenny Phillips on a pass overthrown by Tarvaris Jackson. He returned to the game, but left because of pain in his neck. There's no timetable for his return to the field, and without him, the Seahawks are down to Anthony McCoy as the only tight end on the active roster.