Found May 13, 2012 on
Pro Football Zone:
According to Dan Pompei of the National Football Post, there’s a “decent chance” that Seattle Seahawks offensive tackle James Carpenter will not play this coming season because of how severely he tore his knee up.
Pompe mentioned that the recovery has taken a mental toll on Carpenter. But, the good news is that he recently had a stretch in which he made some good progress.
If Carpenter is unable to suit up this season, the Seahawks will have Breno Giacomini , Paul McQuistan and Frank Omiyale to turn to in Carpenter’s absence.
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In the end of April we were told by GM John Schneider that Seahawks' first-round pick in the 2011 NFL draft, T James Carpenter would likely not be ready for 2012 training camp.
Schneider said the knee injury Carpenter suffered in November during practice was a really bad injury and his recovery has been slow.
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We've learned today via his twitter feed that 2012 Seattle Seahawks UDFA London Durham a CB from McNeese St. has been released.
Durham was with the Seahawks for 17 days. He was a UDFA signed after the draft. (Apr 28th)
He had the size (6-2) but obviously not what PCJS were looking for.
Here's his tweet.
London Durham CB #10 McNeese State
Class: Senior 3V
Seahawks Linebacker Malcolm Smith took to Twitter today to thank his mom for a job well done.
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