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Topic - Milloy
Seattle Seahawks safety Lawyer Milloy woke up at 5 a.m. Wednesday morning and couldn't go back to sleep knowing that as an 15-year veteran, he'd be asked about the NFL's increased punishment for helmet-to-helmet hits.
Lawyer Milloy is shuffling to the side. He's waving his arms. He's grooving to the rap music that is blaring yet again during a Seahawks practice run by new coach Pete Carroll.
"I understand what they're trying to do. You never want to see anyone getting carted off. I don't think anybody has those intentions, at least I don't play that way," Milloy said.
"But our game is such an instinctual game that sometimes you can't control it."