Seattle Seahawks OT Russell Okung has certainly come into his own this season, earning him a starting spot for the NFC in this year's Pro Bowl.
"This is a chance to see him grow and develop through the whole thing," offensive coordinator Tom Cable told Danny O'Neil on the Seattle Times. "Then to stay healthy, you have to do that. His progression has been...
Okung’s his own man
It is nearly impossible for a player to follow a legend.
That is exactly what Pete Carroll and John Schneider asked Russell Okung to do when they selected him with the 6th overall pick in 2010, their first draft.
Chances are, if you’re still reading this, you know the legend that I am referring too, Walter Jones.
In my opinion, #71 Walter Jones is several...
The Seattle Seahawks have one of the top NFL defensive units in 2012 and along with the 12th man, it’s not an easy task for an opponent to enter their territory.According to the Boston Herald, the 12th man is overrated.“Do you really believe the Patriots can’t score on the Seattle Seahawks if they have to huddle up to be heard?”said Ron Borges in his Patriots column.CenturyLink...
According to Danny O’Neil of The Seattle Times, Seahawks lef tackle Russell Okung is expected to be ready for Monday night’s game against the Packers. He’s been officially listed as questionable as he continues to deal with a knee injury.
Tight end Zach Miller will also likely play.
He missed last week with a knee injury, but after practicing in full Saturday, it appears the oft injured left tackle Russell Okung will suit up for Monday Night Football against the Packers. Veteran journeyman Frank Omiyale did an admirable job in his absence last week, allowing just 1 quarterback hit on 25 pass block snaps and getting penalized once, but the Seahawks have to be...
Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said Wednesday that starting left tackle Russell Okung should be able to play on Sunday against Dallas, but he is unlikely to practice most of this week.
Okung did not participate in Wednesday's practice after suffering a bone bruise in his left knee late in the Seahawks' 20-16 loss to Arizona on Sunday. He'll be limited through the...
Via AP on Fox
September 12, 2012
Seattle Seahawks left tackle Russell Okung avoided a major injury to his knee after being injured on the Seahawks final drive in their 20-16 loss to the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday.
According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, Okung has a bone bruise. Source: The Redzone Attached Thumbnails
According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, Seattle Seahawks left tackle Russell Okung suffered a bone bruise during Sunday’s loss to the Cardinals.
Sounds like Russell Okung avoided major injury to his knee. Seattle left tackle has a bone bruise
— Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) September 10, 2012
Okung was one of the best offensive lineman coming out of college a few years...
Russell Okung was in the midst of a breakout season last year before it was ended by a largely unpunished cheap shot by Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Trent Cole (who was fined $7,500 for the dirty play) at the tail end of the Seahawks' 31-14 win last December. Okung suffered a torn pectoral muscle. Though Okung had missed just one snap up to that point of the season, the...
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Q reports on the Seattle Seahawks injury situation. The bad news continues to mount for the offensive line. Left tackle Russell Okung has a torn right pectoral muscle that he suffered in Thursday's (Dec. 1) game against the Philadelphia Eagles. He was thrown to the ground by Trent Cole after the play. Bad news with John Moffitt and James Carpenter already out too.