CHENEY, Wash. -- Seattle Seahawks free safety Damien Robinson will miss three to four weeks with a separated right shoulder.
Robinson, who spent the last two seasons with the New York Jets, was injured during Saturday's scrimmage in Seattle when he made a low dive to break up a pass.
"Damien's a pro," Holmgren said Sunday. "Anytime you lose practice days it's not a good thing, but he'll come back. He'll be fine."
Rookie Ken Hamlin, who has been working with the starting defense at free safety and strong safety, will step in.
Holmgren also said reserve defensive tackle Norris McCleary will miss two to three weeks after arthroscopic surgery to repair an elbow that has been bothering him.
"He's been playing with it and yesterday he aggravated it," Holmgren said. "They've got to go in there and clean it out. It shouldn't be anything major."
never been a big proponent of the Damien Robinson signing.