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According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Seattle Seahawks left tackle Russell Okung will miss the rest of the season and be forced to undergo six months of rehab after suffering a torn pectoral muscle during Thursday night’s win over the Eagles. Okung was injured during a play in which Eagles defensive end Trent Cole threw him [...]
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RENTON -- Coach Pete Carroll called the play unncessary.He also said it was bad.But Friday at noon the Seahawks coach was waiting to see just how damaging it was for Russell Okung, the Seahawks starting left tackle who suffered on injury to his right pectoral muscle in the fourth quarter of Thursday night's game against Philadelphia."He's got extensive damage to his...
The Seahawks confirmed Friday that starting left tackle Russell Okung will miss the rest of the season with a torn pectoral muscle. Okung, the team’s first overall draft pick in 2010, suffered the injury after he was flipped to the ground late in Thursday’s game by Eagles defensive end Trent Cole. Seahawks coach Pete Carroll told reporters on Friday that he wasn’t particularly...
Already hampered by two major season-ending knee injuries on the offensive line, the Seattle Seahawks have lost left tackle Russell Okung for the rest of the season on a play that Seahawks coach Pete Carroll called "out of line" on Friday.
RENTON, Wash. (AP) -- Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll says the play in which starting left tackle Russell Okung suffered a significant injury to his pectoral muscle was "really late and it was really out of line."
Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll says the play in which starting left tackle Russell Okung suffered a significant injury to his pectoral muscle was "really late and it was really out of line."
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the doctors of Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning have indicated that the x-ray and CT examination that he underwent on Wednesday show that the fusion in his neck that was conducted back in September has achieved firm fixation. Despite the encouraging test results, there isn’t a timetable for Manning’s return [...]
Already hampered by two major season-ending knee injuries along the offensive line, the Seahawks may have lost left tackle Russell Okung for the rest of the season.
The Seahawks just can’t ever have something go right without something else going completely wrong.
Just as they were starting to get their running game going – for the first time in years – it looks like they have lost their third starting lineman in three weeks.
Russell Okung had been playing very steady football over the last few weeks – he was the one who sprang Marshawn...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Minnesota Vikings plan on releasing quarterback Donovan McNabb today. This is great news for the Houston Texans who are in need a solid veteran quarterback to take over now that both Matt Leinart and Matt Schaub are done for the season. Another possibility for McNabb could be the Chicago [...]
Per ESPN’s Adam Schefter, a league source has said the Minnesota Vikings plan on releasing veteran quarterback Donovan McNabb, as early as today. What does this mean for McNabb’s career? Is he finished, or will some team give him one last shot? We soon should find out.
According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Josh Freeman will not play against the Carolina Panthers on Sunday. Fourth-year quarterback Josh Johnson will get the start. Freeman was limited throughout the week with a sore right shoulder. By sitting, Freeman's 36-game starting streak, the fifth-longest among active NFL quarterbacks, will come to an end...
Apparently Donovan McNabb’s time in Minnesota will be cut short. And he will be cut. This according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Schefter reported roughly an hour ago that Donovan McNabb was going to be released by the Minnesota Vikings. Then The Associated Press’ Dave Campbell reported that “McNabb was seen in the locker room earlier [...]