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A day after sitting out on Wednesday, Seattle Seahawks receiver Sidney Rice practiced today as a full participant. Rice has been dealing with a nagging knee injury the past, few weeks.
Along with Rice, tight end Anthony McCoy (back) offensive tackle Breno Giacomini (elbow), cornerback Walter Thurmond (hamstring), defensive end Red Bryant (foot) and running back Marshawn Lynch (back) returned to practice.
Giacomini, Thurmond and Bryant were listed as limited participants, while Lynch, McCoy, safety Earl Thomas (ankle) and cornerback Marcus Trufant (hamstring) were listed as full participants.
Receiver Golden Tate (illness) and linebacker Leroy Hill (hamstring) did not practice today.
Source: Seattle Times
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Several Seattle Seahawks players hit their local club scene after beating the brakes off their division rivals the San Francisco 49ers.
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Richard Sherman has won his appeal of a four-game PED suspension. Sherman, originally suspended for Adderall, cited flaws with the collection of his specimen.
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Seattle Seahawks defensive end Red Bryant was named the NFC Special Teams Player of Week 16.
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Source: The Sports Network
Seahawks star cornerback, Richard Sherman, announced on his twitter account the results of his four game suspension appeal today with a simple, “I won.”
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Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman has said that he has won his appeal against the NFL for a four game suspension for violating the league’s performance enhancing drug policy.
Sherman tweeted the following just after noon on Thursday.
“Thank you @nfl for upholding the truth! To the 12s Thank you your faith is rewarded! Thank you lord. I won.”
News first broke of...
East Coast Bias
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Seahawks CB Richard Sherman tweeted on Thursday that he has won his appeal for the four-game suspension that was handed down by the NFL for a failed test that showed traces of Adderall.
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The Seahawks will be without cornerback Walter Thurmond for a third straight game because of a hamstring injury, but they are expecting to have veteran Marcus Trufant available for the first time in more than a month. Trufant, who has missed four games with a hamstring injury, was a full participant in practice all week and is listed as probable.
"Tru did well," said...
Christmas week just keeps getting better for the Seattle Seahawks. Today, cornerback Richard Sherman announced he’d won his appeal of a four-game suspension related to performance enhancing drugs that would have kept him out of Sunday’s game against the St. Louis Rams, and, more importantly, the entire NFC playoffs. The league hadn’t yet announced the results before Sherman...
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