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The Seattle Seahawks could be starting their seventh different offensive line combination on Sunday against Chicago. Offensive guard Robert Gallery missed practice for a second straight day with a hip issue. Allen Barbre worked at left guard with the first unit in Gallery’s place. Also sitting out for a second straight day was defensive end Raheem Brock (calf). New players sitting out include cornerback Richard Sherman (knee) and offensive lineman Jarriel …
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I just wanted to post something quick about where the Seahawks stand in the NFC playoff race after Atlanta's 41-14 win over Jacksonville last night. Tons of people that have messaged me on twitter are simply DEAD WRONG about some stuff, so here's your latest dose of reality... As usual, feel free to check my reasoning against the Official NFL Tiebreaking Scenarios, and my...
Seahawks injury reportWednesdayThursdayFridayDid not practiceDid not practiceDid not practiceDE Raheem Brock (calf)Brock (calf) LB David Hawthorne (knee)CB Richard Sherman (knee) G Robert Gallery (hip)Gallery (hip) WR Doug Baldwin (ankle)OL Jarriel King (hamstring) Limited in practiceLimited in practiceLimited in practice Full practiceFull practiceFull practiceQB Tarvaris...
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Updated 01:55 a.m., Thursday, December 15, 2011
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