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Seahawks left tackle Russell Okung came out of the victory over Philadelphia in the fourth quarter, after suffering what coach Pete Carroll called a significant pectoral injury. Okung's status for the remainder of the season is unclear.
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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...
Seattle Seahawks left tackle Russell Okung suffered a serious pectoral muscle injury in Thursday night's win over the Philadelphia Phillies.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said the team was awaiting the results of an MRI exam but called the damage to Okung's "extensive."
Okung was Seattle's first-round pick - No. 6 overall - in the 2010 draft.
Carroll was unhappy...
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 [...]
Seattle Seahawks offensive lineman Russell Okung suffered a torn right pectoral muscle in Thursday's 31-14 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles.
The Seattle Seahawks had plenty to be happy about following their 31-14 thrashing of the Philadelphia Eagles, but a late-hit near end of the win might have cost them second-year tackle Russell Okung for the rest of the season.
Russell Okung did in fact suffer a torn pectoral muscle, according to a report from Adam Schefter of ESPN.com. That injury requires surgery and extensive rehabilitation and would mean Okung is out for the remaining four games of the season.The injury is the third to a Seattle starting offensive lineman in the span of four weeks, coming after rookies James Carpenter and John Moffitt...
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 along the offensive line, the Seahawks may have lost left tackle Russell Okung for the rest of the season.
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."
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.
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."
The Seattle Seahawks confirmed an earlier report buy ESPN’s Adam Schefter that an MRI test concluded that offensive tackle Russell Okung has a torn pectoral muscle on the right side of his body, ending his season. Torn pectoral muscles generally require surgery and a four-to-six month recovery period. So three-fifths of Seattle starting offensive line is now done for the year...
The Seahawks have confirmed that the injury to left tackle Russell Okung is a torn pectoral muscle. There’s been no word on if that means IR or surgery, yet. Recent torn pecs to Lofa Tatupu and Rob Sims were season-enders. As for the question about Okung and Trent Cole, yes, word is that Okung had to be restrained after the game when he wanted to get after Cole, torn pec or not...