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Seahawks injury reportWednesdayThursdayFridayDid not practiceDid not practiceDid not practiceDT Alan Branch (ankle)Branch (ankle) CB Byron Maxwell (ankle)Maxwell (ankle) WR Sidney Rice (knee)Rice (knee) WR Ben Obomanu (knee/ankle) Limited in practiceLimited in practiceLimited in practiceQB Tarvaris Jackson (pectoral)WR Ben Obomanu (ankle, knee) Full practiceFull practiceFull practiceS Atari Bigby (hamstring)Bigby (hamstring) DL Anthony Hargrove (hamstring)Hargrove (hamstring) QB Tarvaris Jackson (pectoral) Washington injury reportWednesdayThursdayFridayDid Not PracticeDid Not PracticeDid Not PracticeLB London Fletcher (ankle) WR Niles Paul (toe) Limited in practiceLimited in practiceLimited in practiceT Jammal Brown (groin)Brown (groin) S DeJon Gomes (knee)Gomes (knee) G Maurice Hurt (knee)Hurt (knee) T Sean Locklear (ankle)Locklear (ankle) T Trent Williams (knee)Williams (knee) CB Josh Wilson (hamstring)Wilson (hamstring) LB London Fletcher (ankle) WR Niles Paul (toe) WR Donte
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Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll and his team believe they can make the playoffs this season despite a 4-6 record so far. Right now the Seahawks are three games behind both of the current NFC wild card co-leaders, which are the Bears and Lions. Since the Seahawks were able to get into the playoffs [...]
The Seattle Seahawks have placed rookie offensive tackle James Carpenter on injured reserve with a torn ACL.
Carpenter, who was selected No. 25 in this year's draft, started nine games. He suffered the injury during practice last week.
The Seahawks signed offensive tackle Allen Barbre to fill Carpenter's roster spot. Babre made three starts for the Seahawks last season.
The Seattle Seahawks officially placed first-round offensive tackle James carpenter on injured reserve on Thursday. Carpenter tore the ACL in his left knee during a pass-rush drill in a practice last week, ending his rookie season after nine starts -- one at left guard and the last eight at right tackle. Replacing Carpenter on the 53-man roster is Allen Barbre, a 2007 fourth-round...
To illustrate why I like Pete Carroll, let me compare him to two other football personalities: quarterback Jim Plunkett and coach Bill Walsh.
Not too many of you young whippersnappers who read this site are old enough to remember Jim Plunkett. He was a Heisman trophy winner who led Stanford to two Rose Bowl victories, and the Raiders to two Super Bowl championships. Although...
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It’s been an expensive two weeks for Seahawks safety Kam Chancellor. A week after he was fined $20,000 for a helmet-to-helmet hit on Ravens receiver Anquan Boldin, a league source tells PFT that Chancellor — a member of Peter King’s midseason All-Pro team — has been fined $40,000 for an illegal shoulder-to-helmet hit on Rams…
Seattle's Hill trying to make up for lost time
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Published 09:03 a.m., Thursday, November 24, 2011
Much of that was his own doing, as the Seattle Seahawks outside linebacker nearly earned a ticket...
Seattle Coach Pete Carroll is less than two years into his second stint in the NFL, but he’s plenty familiar with at least one Redskins player.
Playing his high school ball in Ohio, Fred Davis lined up everywhere: receiver, running back, safety and quarterback. Carroll recruited him to USC in 2004 and Davis was starting for the Trojans at tight end by his sophomore season. Carroll...
Original Seahawks PR director passes away at 71
(AP) — Don Andersen, the original director of public relations for the Seattle Seahawks, has passed away at age 71 from complications due to diabetes and kidney failure.
After leaving the Seahawks, Andersen began a sports marketing and promotions company in Southern California and later became the executive director of the Orange...
The Seattle Seahawks placed rookie offensive tackle James Carpenter on injured reserve Thursday, a week after he tore an anterior cruciate ligament in practice.
The Seahawks' defensive strength is just that: their strength. A stout line has suddenly made them formidable.
The focus of my story today is, believe it or not, the Seattle Seahawks still think they have enough gas in the tank to make a run at the postseason. At 4-6, the Seahawks are three games behind NFC wild card co-leaders Detroit and Chicago (7-3). And one reason for Seattle’s confidence in completing the arduous task ahead is because the Seahawks already accomplished the unexpected...
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Tarvaris Jackson and Sidney Rice are each probable to play against the Washington Redskins on Sunday.