Found November 13, 2011 on Seattle Post-Intelligencer: Seattle...:
It’s going to be a full training room out in Renton this week. Sidney Rice, Doug Baldwin and Kam Chancellor each left Seattle’s 22-17 win over Baltimore on Sunday with concussions. The severity of each is not yet known. Starting right guard John Moffitt left with a knee injury and did not return. He’ll undergo an MRI exam on Monday before the team determines his status going forward. Moffitt put very little weight on his right leg as he was helped off the field following the injury. “He hurt his knee,” coach Pete Carroll said. “We’ll find out what that means.” Anthony Hargrove left the game with a hamstring injury [...]
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