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Seahawks tight end Zach Miller has yet to take the field during training camp for Seattle as he continues to deal with a foot injury.
The Seahawks remain hopeful that Miller will be on the field soon, according to the Seattle Times.
Miller recorded 38 receptions for 396 yards and 3 touchdowns for the Seahawks last season.
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The Seattle Seahawks activated running back Robert Turbin from the physically unable to perform list after passing his physical today.
RB Robert Turbin has passed his physical and will take part this afternoon's walk through. #Seahawks
— John Boyle (@johnpboyle) August 4, 2013
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Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin underwent
surgery on his ailing hip yesterday, and nothing doctors found made the team
any less hopeful that they’d get the dynamic playmaker back at some point this
season, according to Pro Football Talk.
Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll addressed the media
following the procedure, saying it went “very well.” Seattle is “hopeful”...
Ask Max Unger about becoming the Seattle Seahawks' second interior offensive lineman to ever be named All-Pro, and he gives the typical answer about being honored for the recognition and that the success of those around him is the reason he was noticed.
Ask Unger - a born-and-raised Hawaiian - about being selected to start in the Pro Bowl last season, and he becomes more thoughtful...
After working out former Cardinals receiver Early Doucet this week, the Seattle Seahawks have signed him to a one-year contract, according to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network.
Former #Cardinals WR Early Doucet will sign with #Seahawks, I'm told. Had worked out for them. Reinforcements at receiver…
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) August 2, 2013
With Percy Harvin out for a while...
Sidney Rice has returned to Seattle after the Seahawks wide receiver sought treatment for a sore knee in Switzerland.
Rice was mostly a spectator on Friday as the Seahawks held a scrimmage while preparing for their preseason opener next Thursday at San Diego. Rice caught a few passes on the side and coach Pete Carroll said he is expected to return to practice on Sunday.
Seahawks wide receiver Sidney Rice told reporters today that the knee procedure he underwent in Switcerland was similar to the platelet Rich Plasma treatment that some players undergo.
“Something I set up earlier in the offseason, a little bit after OTAs,” he said, via the Seattle Times. “It was a long process, things I had to go through with the doctors over there. Just fortunate...
The Seattle Times reports talented Seahawks wide receiver Golden Tate has been the “most impressive player in training camp so far.” Competing against standout cornerbacks Brandon Browner and Richard Sherman, the 24-year-old Tate has “looked like a player capable of becoming a star.” Taken out of Notre Dame with the 60th pick in the 2010 draft, Tate is entering the final...
According to 710 ESPN Radio, Seahawks offensive lineman is in the best shape of his NFL career.
He weighs 340 pounds but is in the absolute best shape he has been in since arriving in the NFL as Seattle’s first-round pick in 2011. He was out of shape as a rookie and was coming back from knee surgery last year, unable to practice a down in August.
Carpenter is uniquely strong even...
Be excited everyone because the NFL season is only a month away. The summer doldrums of sports is almost over and that means training camp has started. This first week has proven costly to many teams and unfortunately the Seahawks are no exception. The biggest news out of camp is that newly signed wide receiver Percy Harvin had surgery on his ailing hip. There is no timetable...
With training camp in full swing, the Seahawks had their first day of sloppy weather on the practice field Friday afternoon. That didn't stop the fans from filling the berm at VMAC and showing the regular amount of enthusiasm that's always prevalent with the 12th Man.
First impressions from this day of camp were a little unsettling - Zach Miller, Cliff Avril, and Bobby...
Ian Rapoport reports that the Seattle Seahawks will sign former Cardinals WR Early Doucet.
Rapoport adds that Doucet will receive a one-year deal.
Doucet, 27, was brought in for a workout earlier in the week. Seattle has already lost Percy Harvin for what is believed to be a good portion of the regular season due to a hip injury and Sidney Rice just returned from Switzerland...
Seahawks wide receiver Sidney Rice recently underwent a knee procedure in Switzerland and head coach Pete Carroll told reporters today that he’s expected to resume practicing on Sunday, according to Liz Mathews of 710 ESPN Radio.
The procedure Rice underwent was non-surgical and he’s already back in town.
With Percy Harvin out for possibly the entire season, the Seahawks need...
The Seattle Seahawks will be without wide receiver Percy
Harvin for the first half of the regular season, but they welcomed Sidney Rice
back to camp yesterday. The wide out returned from Switzerland where he
underwent treatment on his knee. The treatment didn’t involve surgery, and Ian
Rapoport of NFL.com reports Rice is expected to return early in the preseason.
We reported earlier this week that Seahawks wide receiver Sidney Rice flew to Switzerland to undergo treatment on his knee.
According to ESPN’s Ed Werder, Rice has returned from his trip after undergoing a non-surgical procedure. We don’t know when he’ll get back on the practice field.
I'm told WR Sidney Rice has returned from Switzerland, where he had non-surgical treatment...