KIRKLAND, Wash. (AP) -- Finding himself stuck in a crowd is nothing new to T.J. Duckett.
It happened in Atlanta, Washington and Detroit.
And nothing has changed now that Duckett's in Seattle. The Kalamazoo native and Michigan State product once again finds himself among a group of running backs trying to earn time on the field.
Last year Duckett returned to his home state of Michigan with a chance to rejuvenate his career with the Lions, but had to split carries with Kevin Jones and Tatum Bell. Duckett had 28 carries in the final two games of 2007 after 34 carries in the first 14 games.