Found August 12, 2013 on
NFL Injury Report:
The Seattle Seahawks acquired defensive end Cliff Avril this
offseason in hopes of bolstering what was already a solid defense. However, the
pass rusher has been sidelined for most of training camp due to a hamstring
ailment. While head coach Peter Carroll told reporters following yesterday’s
training camp session that Avril is progressing, he believes the Seahawks could
be without their offseason acquisition for another two weeks.
Carroll indicated that the Seahawks intend to take a
conservative approach with Avril leading up to the regular season. This makes sense,
especially considering Avril is dealing with a hamstring injury, something that
can linger if a player doesn’t receive the proper rest and treatment.
Carroll told reporters that he expects Avril and injured
tight end Zach Miller to ramp up their activities closer to the end of this
week. If they’re able to do so, they could be ready to re-take the practice
field in another week.
“I wouldn’t be surprised if by the end of this week they’re
doing more and getting closer to the practice field,” Carroll said of Miller
Beyond Avril and Miller, Carroll said that Seahawks left
guard James Carpenter is a “couple of weeks” away from getting back on the
field as he continues to recover from a foot injury.
Looking for fantasy football advice?
BEST OF MAXIM
A number of designers have taken their shot at redesigning the Seattle Seahawks’ helmets and uniforms to their liking.
Could you imagine Russell Wilson, Marshawn Lynch, or Golden Tate wearing something like this?
Featured are a number of Seattle Seahawks’ concepts. Some are interesting options that fans may like and others may strike a nerve with some fans.
Byron Maxwell Put on Quite the Show
For the better part of this summer, Seattle Seahawks fans have been subject to Walter Thurmond hype that can only be described as a little excessive. At one moment he’s competing with Brandon Browner for a starting role, and the next he might even be a better cover corner than Richard Sherman.
That’s cute, but what about Byron Maxwell?
Seattle Seahawks WR Sidney Rice returned to practice and running full speed on the field. Rice spent two weeks in Europe for treatment on his knee, and with his return came the best day of practice for the team’s offense.
According to the Seattle Times, Seahawks wide receiver Sidney Rice was back at full speed after recently undergoing a procedure on his knee overseas.
“We are getting better and better every day,’’ Wilson said. “It’s so exciting for me, especially just playing the quarterback position. We have been scoring a lot of touchdowns in practice and hopefully that translates to...
Pete Carroll came away from Seattle's preseason opener impressed with how his younger players who had impressed were just as strong in the Seahawks first game situation.
The Seahawks returned to practice on Sunday for the first time since their preseason win over San Diego. The practice saw the return of backup running back Robert Turbin, who had yet to participate in training...
(Eds: Adds details, quotes.) By CURTIS CRABTREE Associated Press The Seattle Seahawks felt they would be set at tight end after selecting Luke Willson in the fifth round of April's draft.
With veterans Zach Miller and Anthony McCoy returning to fill the top two spots on the depth chart, Willson would come in as a third option to solidly the back end of the Seahawks' roster...
Veteran kicker Ryan Longwell is retiring as a Green Bay Packer.
Longwell is the all-time leading scorer in Packers' history. He scored 1,054 points during his nine-year career in Green Bay (1997-2005). He connected on 226 field goals and 376 extra points.
Longwell set a team record by leading the Packers in scoring in nine consecutive seasons, beating the previous mark of seven...
When you lose a player like Percy Harvin for basically the whole season, it hurts. It doesn't hurt Seattle nearly as much as it did Minnesota...
Former kicker Ryan Longwell the all-time leading scorer in franchise history has informed the club of his decision to retire with the Packers. The announcement was made Monday by Ted Thompson Executive Vice President General Manager and Director of Football Operations.
Longwell scored 1054 points during his nine-year career (1997-2005) in Green Bay connecting on 226 field goals...
Ryan Longwell retired as a member of the Packers on Tuesday. Here are some of his comments from his news conference, including a life-changing memory and his thoughts on Brett Favre.
Michael Pina is a writer for ESPN’s TrueHoop Network. He also writes for ScoreBig. Follow him on Twitter @MichaelVPina.
Twenty four year old NFL players aren’t supposed to dominate their position. It’s a league of instinct, talent, and athleticism, which are all things any 24-year-old in the league should have access to. But consistent, overreaching success is more...
Ryan Longwell, who played his final six seasons in the NFL with the Vikings, will retire a Packer, that team announced Monday.
Brought to you by HawkBlogger.com, a partner of Oregon Sports News.
Beating the San Diego Chargers 31-10 was a reasonable expectation heading into this game. How the Seahawks got there was not entirely encouraging. Pre-season games are difficult to gauge in the NFL since so many players that will not be on NFL rosters are getting significant snaps. Keeping an eye on how the starters...
Josh Robinson learned at the feet of Antoine Winfield as a rookie. Now Robinson is hoping to adequately replace his mentor.