Found November 17, 2011 on
RENTON -- Next man up, huh?That was the question posed to Seahawks offensive line coach Tom Cable as he talked after the team's top two choices from last April's draft suffered season-ending knee injuries four days apart.The long-term implications of the injuries to rookie tackle James Carpenter and rookie guard John Moffitt are contrasted against the short-term reality that there's a game to play Sunday in St. Louis, and the Seahawks need to have two men prepared to take those spots. So yes, next man up."That's what you have to do," Cable said. "We're pretty lucky because we've got Breno (Giacomini) here and Paul McQuistan so we've got some veteran guys. Paul has had a number of starts in his career, and Breno has been around the league a little bit so we'll be fine."The implications of the injuries is two-fold. First, there's the next seven games. How will the Seahawks cope?"The good news is the training is kicking in,&q...
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Reports indicate that preliminary discussions have begun with the stated goal being to lock up running back Marshawn Lynch for a few more seasons and keep him in Seattle.
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.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Sidney Rice practiced in full Friday and is listed as probable for Sunday's game against the St. Louis Rams.
Rice suffered a slight concussion in last week's win over the Baltimore Ravens.
Rookie wideout Doug Baldwin, who also suffered a concussion against Baltimore, is listed as probable as well.
Rice has appeared in seven games this season...
Back-to-back 100 yard games from Marshawn Lynch could help him get a new contract in Seattle. Eric Williams of the Tacoma News Tribune reports that Lynch and the Seahawks have started “preliminary discussions” about a new contract for Lynch. Lynch, 25, is technically signed through 2012, but his deal will void after this year because…
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.
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.