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Defensive end Red Bryant is a question mark for Seattle's game in Chicago Sunday but the surprise Friday is that receiver Sidney Rice and cornerback Marcus Trufant are also among the players uncertain because of injury.
Trufant was diagnosed with a hamstring injury after Thursday's practice, and is considered doubtful for Sunday's game.
"We're really surprised that that popped up," Carroll said. "It's going to be hard for him to get back from that."
With Trufant doubtful, expect cornerback Walter Thurmond to be active for the first time this season, likely stepping into the role as the nickel cornerback, which Trufant has been playing.
Meanwhile, Rice did not finish Friday's practice because of his calf muscle, and while the Seahawks expect he'll be OK, they can't be sure.
"Just felt his calf tighten up a little bit so we just limited his work at the end of practice," Carroll said. "He made it through two-thirds of it. We've just got to see what happens tomorrow. We think he's OK."
The other Seahawk who's a question mark is linebacker Leroy Hill, who did not practice Wednesday or Thursday because of a sore ankle, but ran at full speed and changed directions on Friday.
"He had a legitimate workout today," Carroll said. "We'll check him out tomorrow and again all the way up to game day." Source: Seattle Times Attached Thumbnails
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The Bears and Seahawks ended up needing overtime to settle the score on Sunday, and the Seahawks pulled off the win in incredibly scary fashion. Russell Wilson connected on a 13-yard pass to Sidney Rice for the final score, but Sidney wasn’t awake to enjoy it. Rice took a massive hit on the goal line and was immediately knocked out cold. Rice was able to get up on his own accord...
Halfway through the first overtime of the Chicago Bears/Seattle Seahawks game, Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson ended the game with a touchdown pass to Sidney Rice.
As Rice slides to get into the end zone, he gets clobbered on a hit by Chicago cornerback Major Wright which knocks him out cold:
Rice ended up being okay and got up to celebrate Seattle's 23-17 win.
The Bears and Seahwaks were engaged in a physical low scoring slugfest all game long up until the final minute. Seattle had not scored the entire 2nd half and had to go the length of the field to score a game winning TD in the final minute. Russell Wilson was ballin out of control and marched them all the day down the field until he eventually hooked up with Golden Tate who made...
Seattle wideout Sidney Rice was held out of the end practice Friday due to tightness in his calf but Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said, "We think he's OK." SOURCE: John Boyle, Everett HeraldFantasy Spin:Rice should be able to play Sunday against the Bears. His value is almost entirely dependent on whether he finds the end zone, which limits him to WR3 status, and it...
As expected, Seahawks receiver Sidney Rice is active for Sunday's game against Chicago.Fantasy Spin:Rice had been listed as questionable because of a calf injury. The Bears are sixth in the NFL in passing defense and Rice has recorded just five catches in his last two games. We're not expecting this to be one of his better fantasy weeks.
Russell Wilson delivered in a big way for the Seattle Seahawks Sunday against the Chicago Bears. Wilson led the Seahawks on a 97-yard TD drive right before the end of regulation and then a game-winning 80-yard drive in overtime, capped off by this touchdown pass to Sidney Rice, who was nearly decapitated on the hit.Via @cjzero
Sidney Rice's 13-yard touchdown catch in overtime lifted the Seattle Seahawks over the Chicago Bears, 23-17.
Rice ended with six catches for 99 yards for the Seahawks (7-5), who have won three of four while Golden Tate hauled in five passes for 96 yards and a score.
Russell Wilson completed 23-of-37 passes for 293 yards and two touchdowns for Seattle while also carrying the...
Russell Wilson connected with Sidney Rice on a 13-yard touchdown with 7:33 left in overtime to lift the Seattle Seahawks to a wild 23-17 victory over the Chicago Bears on Sunday.
Unbeaten in five home games, the Seahawks finally figured a way to win on the road after dropping five of their first six, and knocked off the NFC North leaders in the process.
This one sure was dramatic...
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Sidney Rice (18) scores the game-winning touchdown in overtime underneath Chicago Bears strong safety Major Wright (21) on Sunday, Dec. 2, 2012 at Soldier Field. (Brian Cassella/Chicago Tribune)
Up 14-10 with just about three minutes remaining, the Chicago Bears allowed Seattle Seahawks rookie quarterback Russell Wilson to put together a 12 play, 97...
I don't really have all that much to add to yesterday's article on the Bears game, other than to remind you to watch for the return of #28 Walter Thurmond, who will likely get the start at nickelback over injured veteran Marcus Trufant (hamstring). Also, there's this:
In the Miami Dolphins' last-second victory over the Seattle Seahawks Sunday, Dolphins fans were treated to a stellar fourth quarter performance from rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill. With his team down by seven in the final stanza, Tannehill led his offense downfield against a stout Seahawks defense and scored a touchdown to knot the score at 21. The ensuing Seattle drive penetrated...
The Seattle Seahawks needed overtime to pull off today's upset of the Chicago Bears, but in the end, Russell Wilson was able to take the Seahawks down the field on the first possession of overtime, ending with a touchdown toss to Sidney Rice.
The game was close throughout, with the Seahawks holding a late lead before Jay Cutler connected with Brandon Marshall, putting the...
Seahawks defensive end Red Bryant (foot) and linebacker Leroy Hill (ankle) did not practice for a second straight day today, as the team worked out inside today.
Seattle head coach Pete Carroll told us on Wednesday that if Bryant cant play, Alan Branch would move outside to defensive end, and rookie Greg Scruggs would take Branchs place at defensive tackle.
CHICAGO -- Rookie quarterback Russell Wilson threw a 13-yard touchdown pass to Sidney Rice after 7:27 of overtime Sunday to give the Seattle Seahawks a 23-17 victory over the Chicago Bears. Wilson led two dramatic drives at the end of the game. The first was a 97-yard march in 12 plays that ended with a 14-yard touchdown pass to Golden Tate with 24 seconds remaining in the fourth...