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The Seattle Seahawks offensive line has taken another hit after rookie right tackle James Carpenter was lost for the season because of a torn anterior cruciate ligament.
The team confirmed the injury on Thursday morning. Carpenter was taken off the field during practice on Wednesday after suffering the injury and had an MRI on Wednesday night.
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RENTON -- The play was worthy of the highlight reels, but it left quarterback Tarvaris Jackson reeling.
In the second quarter of Sunday's 22-17 win against Baltimore, the Seahawks quarterback took the snap, rolled to his left and fired a pinpoint pass across his body to receiver Doug Baldwin down field for a 50-yard gain.
Coach Pete Carroll called the throw "phenomenal"...
NWSB Senior Editor "Q" is confident. Wishful thinking but he truly believes that the Seattle Seahawks can and will run the table in next 7 games. Sidney Rice, and Tarvaris Jackson will get healthy and have a great home stretch, compliment them with Marshawn Lynch, Doug Baldwin, and Ben Obomanu and watch out.
RENTON -- Rookie right tackle James Carpenter suffered a knee injury during Wednesday's practice. It is believed to be a torn anterior-cruciate ligament (ACL), a season-ending injury.There won't be an official announcement from the Seahawks until later Wednesday.It is the second season-ending knee injury suffered by a starting offensive lineman in four days for Seattle. John...
The Seattle Seahawks are optimistic their two leading receivers and starting strong safety will be cleared from concussions in time to play on Sunday at St. Louis.
Seattle hopes uptick in run game continues
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Updated 04:08 p.m., Wednesday, November 16, 2011
(AP) — Marshawn Lynch posted a second straight 100-yard rushing game for the first time in his career last week...
The Seattle Seahawks are optimistic their two leading receivers and starting strong safety will be cleared from concussions in time to play Sunday at St. Louis.
Marshawn Lynch of the Seattle Seahawks put together back-to-back 100-yard performances for the first time in his career. In Week 10, Lynch carried the ball 32 times for 109 yards against the Baltimore Ravens after previous rushing 23 times for 135 times with a score against the Dallas Cowboys. On the season, Lynch is averaging 3.9 ypc with five touchdowns (T-10th in the NFL) on 129...