The Seahawks told LB Leroy Hill to stay away from the team's minicamp over the weekend while he deals with off-the-field issues.
Hill was arrested for investigation of domestic violence in suburban Seattle in early April, only days after he reached a plea agreement on a marijuana charge in Georgia.
New Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said that once Hill handles his pending issues, "we'll see where it goes."
Hill may be subject to random testing and possible discipline under the league's substance-abuse program.
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