Seahawks back to full strength

RENTON, Wash. (AP) -- Brandon Browner was back in the Seattle Seahawks locker room, shaking hands and sitting just a few feet away from fellow cornerback Richard Sherman.
   For a time last month, no one was sure whether Browner and Sherman would be around at this point of the year with each facing four-game suspensions. Browner eventually dropped his appeal and sat out the last four games of the regular season, while Sherman won his appeal and had his suspension overturned.
   The result is that the Seahawks will go to Washington on Sunday for the opening round of the playoffs at nearly full strength.
   Along with the return of Browner, outside linebacker Leroy Hill was expected to practice on Wednesday after missing last Sunday's regular season finale with a hamstring injury.