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The Seattle Seahawks are looking forward to the return of wide receiver Percy Harvin which could as soon as week eleven.
Percy recently underwent hip surgery in early August forcing the star wide receiver to miss more than half the regular season. Nevertheless, he may have missed a lot of time but Pete Carroll and the Seahawks are looking forward to getting Harvin back on the squad.
“He had another excellent day. He’s not ready to play this week,” Carroll said Friday. “All of the signs are really encouraging. He feels good. He’s not having any issues after he works out the next day, so I think we’ve built up enough days here to take a real good positive step. I don’t know what that means in terms of playing next week, but we’re hoping he’ll be able to get some extra work and really jump back into it.”
Despite a downfall in recent weeks the Seahawks are still contending for the top spot in the NFC and with the return of Percy Harvin they could become the top spot.
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Today the Seattle Seahawks made a roster move and it seemed like a huge shocker to Doug Baldwin, who tweeted this: @DougBaldwinJr: “@Seahawks have released WR Bryan Walters and sign DT Michael Brooks to the active roster” Day before the game? At the hotel? “Business” Doug, sorry to tell you, the NFL has been a […]
The Seattle Seahawks released wide receiver Bryan Walters in order to sign practice-squad defensive tackle Michael Brooks to the active roster, the team announced Saturday. With Red Bryant and Jordan Hill sidelined, Brooks was able to get a lot of work in with the Seahawks’ defense this week as they prepare for Sunday’s game against the Atlanta Falcons. Bryant sustained a concussion in...
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The Seattle Seahawks will hit the road on Sunday hoping to take advantage of a battered and under-performing Atlanta Falcons team.
On Sunday the Seahawks (8-1) will be looking for their ninth win of the season as they take on the Falcons. (2-6)
Coverage of the game between the Seahawks and Falcons will air on FOX beginning at 1:00 pm ET from the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, GA.
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Fantasy gurus and NFL lovers alike, make sure you check today’s Active/Inactive list for the NFC West, provided by Sports Injury Alert. All information is provided by The NFL Inactives Report:
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