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Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll held out hope that cornerback Walter Thurmond could return this season from an ankle injury. However, Carroll confirmed to reporters this afternoon that Thurmond will have ankle surgery and has been placed on the season-ending injured reserve list. “He’s got a pretty torn up ankle, with a high-ankle sprain that’s serious and also a fracture,” Carroll said. “And so we’re going to lose him for …
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Seattle didn’t have many highlights in Sunday’s dreadful 6-3 loss to Cleveland. And Seahawks coach Pete Carroll is angry that the one play that would have been a highlight was called back on a penalty that Carroll says shouldn’t have been called. Leon Washington returned a punt for an 81-yard touchdown that could have won…
RENTON — The Seattle Seahawks have lost another cornerback for the season.
Coach Pete Carroll said Monday that Walter Thurmond will need surgery on a broken fibia — coupled with a high ankle sprain — and has been placed on injured reserve.
The Seahawks claimed cornerback Ron Parker off waivers to take Thurmond’s spot on the active roster. Carroll said rookie...
Questionable calls in spotlight after lossBy Danny O'Neil, The Seattle TimesRENTON -- The news didn't get any better for the Seahawks one day after their 6-3 loss in Cleveland.Not in terms of cornerback Walter Thurmond, who will be out four to six months after undergoing surgery to repair an injured ankle and broken leg.Not in terms of Leon Washington's 81-yard punt return...
Here's Leon Washington returning a punt 81 yards for a touchdown -- but it was called back on a highly questionable penalty. (AP Photo/Mark Duncan)
RENTON — Immediately after it ended, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll was sure to be diplomatic about the officiating in his team’s 6-3 loss to the Cleveland Browns on Sunday.
He was a little more critical on Monday...
RENTON -- Running back Marshawn Lynch is returning to practice, and expected to be available for Sunday's game against Cincinnati.
Quarterback Tarvaris Jackson will resume practicing with the first-unit offense, too, but his status will be more limited. Same for tight end Zach Miller and center Max Unger.
"We're getting some guys coming back that maybe could help us...
BENGALS (4-2) AT SEAHAWKS (2-4)
Kickoff: 4:15 p.m. Sunday; CenturyLink Field.
TV: CBS. Announcers are Bill Macatee and Steve Tasker.
Radio: WLW-AM (700), WCKY-AM (ESPN 1530) and WEBN-FM (102.7).
Last week: Bengals were on their bye week. Seahawks lost at Cleveland 6-3.
Coaches: Marvin Lewis (64-71-1 overall) is in his ninth year with the Bengals and is 1-1 against the Seahawks. He...
(AP) — Already thin at cornerback, Seattle has lost second-year starter Walter Thurmond to a broken fibula and serious ankle injury.
Coach Pete Carroll is unsure whether quarterback Tarvaris Jackson (pectoral), running back Marshawn Lynch (back spasms) or tight end Zach Miller (concussion) will be able to return this week against Cincinnati.
RENTON — Tarvaris Jackson did some work with the first-team offense during Wednesday’s walk-through, but Seahawks coach Pete Carroll says the team is still in wait-and-see mode as far as determining Jackson’s status for Sunday’s game against the Cincinnati Bengals.
Carroll said Jackson will continue to get some reps with the starting unit this...
I wrote in my story today about the Seattle Seahawks offense coughing and sputtering on Sunday against Cleveland. Plenty of that had to do with the offense missing four starters. But besides Tarvaris Jackson being out, the most critical element missing in my opinion was Marshawn Lynch. The Seahawks do not have another physical runner like Lynch on the roster, something head coach...