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The fact Tarvaris Jackson was able to throw on back-to-back days at practice is a sign his strained pectoral muscle is healing. The fact Jackson was...
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The Seattle Seahawks have placed rookie offensive tackle James Carpenter on injured reserve with a torn ACL.
Carpenter, who was selected No. 25 in this year's draft, started nine games. He suffered the injury during practice last week.
The Seahawks signed offensive tackle Allen Barbre to fill Carpenter's roster spot. Babre made three starts for the Seahawks last season.
The Seattle Seahawks officially placed first-round offensive tackle James carpenter on injured reserve on Thursday. Carpenter tore the ACL in his left knee during a pass-rush drill in a practice last week, ending his rookie season after nine starts -- one at left guard and the last eight at right tackle. Replacing Carpenter on the 53-man roster is Allen Barbre, a 2007 fourth-round...
Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Sidney Rice returned to practice Friday and will play in Sunday's game against the Washington Redskins.
Rice had sat out the past two days of practice, but Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said the wideout is "ready to go."
In his first season with Seattle, Rice has 32 receptions for 484 yards and two touchdowns in eight games.
Despite holding onto a 17-7 lead in the 4th Quarter, the Seattle Seahawks gave up 16 unanswered points to the Redskins resulting in a 23-17 loss.
Quarterback Tarvaris Jackson passed for 144 yards, two Touchdowns, and one Interception. Jackson connected with Running Back Marshawn Lynch and Wide Receiver Golden Tate in the end-zone. Lynch had another good day rushing...
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Although his off-season signing with Washington brought him home, Redskins cornerback Josh Wilson returns to his ‘home away from home’ in Seattle this weekend.
Wilson, a second round draft pick to the Seahawks in 2007, sat down with “The John Thompson Show” on ESPN 980 to discuss his time in Seattle. The first thing he discussed was the absurd...
While sitting here in my post-turkey nirvana, I find my mind wondering to some unexpected places. One of those places included an internal debate on how many wins the Seahawks need down the stretch to avoid the season being “disappointing.” The … [visit site to read more]
Seattle Coach Pete Carroll is less than two years into his second stint in the NFL, but he’s plenty familiar with at least one Redskins player.
Playing his high school ball in Ohio, Fred Davis lined up everywhere: receiver, running back, safety and quarterback. Carroll recruited him to USC in 2004 and Davis was starting for the Trojans at tight end by his sophomore season. Carroll...
Tarvaris Jackson and Sidney Rice are each probable to play against the Washington Redskins on Sunday.
The Seattle Seahawks placed rookie offensive tackle James Carpenter on injured reserve Thursday, a week after he tore an anterior cruciate ligament in practice.
5 keys to victory: Redskins at Seahawks Here’s the 5 things ill be watching for the Seahawks to send the Skins home with a loss. 1: Protect Tjack. The Redskins come in tied for second in the league in sacks with 31, behind only Baltimore(38) … [visit site to read more]
The Seahawks' defensive strength is just that: their strength. A stout line has suddenly made them formidable.
With defensive tackle Alan Branch a game-time decision heading into Sunday’s game against Washington, you likely will see a lot more of Clinton McDonald lined up next to Brandon Mebane. Seattle received the University of Memphis product in a trade with Cincinnati for Kelly Jennings just before the season started. At 6-foot-2, 300 pounds, McDonald offers Seattle versatility because...
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[Ed note: I wrote this last week but didn't have posting rights yet. I decided to go ahead and post it because it ties in nicely with Keith's article below]As we move into the second half of the Seahawk season, the team continues to … [visit site to read more]
The Redskins are not a good team. Sure, their defense is tied for second highest sack total in the league and they don't give up may passing TDs or rushing yards per attempt, but they are below-average in every other defensive category. On offense they're positively abysmal across the board, but it's hard to be anything else when your quarterback options are Rex Grossman...