The Seattle Seahawks have lost backup tight end Anthony McCoy for possibly the entire 2013 season after he sustained a torn Achilles during an organized team activity earlier this week.
The Seahawks confirmed McCoy injury on Friday, which was first reported by USA Today. McCoy has already undergone surgery to repair the injury and recovery time is typically six to nine months.
According to Mike Garafolo of USA Today, Seattle Seahawks tight end Anthony McCoy will be out at least 6 months after suffering a torn achilles tendon during OTAs this week. No word on the exact mechanism of injury, but McCoy had surgery yesterday and is expected to be out until at least November, which probably represents a best case scenario.
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Seattle Seahawks tight end Anthony McCoy suffered a
partially torn Achilles tendon during the team’s organized team activities, an
injury that will sideline him for six to nine months, according to Mike Garafolo of USA Today.
McCoy underwent surgery to repair the injury, and he’ll be
sidelined for at least six months. The exact timeframe isn’t yet known, as the
According to Mike Garafolo of USA Today Sports, Seahawks tight end Anthony McCoy will be out for the next 6-9 months after undergoing surgery to repair a torn Achilles that he suffered during OTA’s.
Even though McCoy isn’t a starter he saw plenty of action in 2012. Rookie Luke Willson might be in line for bigger role this coming season.
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The Seahawks and Rams released their final practice reports for the week along with their pre-game status reports, and Seattle has listed John Moffitt as doubtful, Leroy Hill, Jaye Howard, and Anthony McCoy as questionable, and Doug Baldwin, Breno Giacomini, Jason Jones, and Byron Maxwell as probable.
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