When two plates collide they often produce earthquakes of varying degrees at different intervals. Often times these large earthquakes have consequences after their arrival, namely aftershocks. Apparently Marshawn Lynch‘s Beast Quake was no exception to that rule.
For, on Monday night in front of the loudest crowd ever recorded, the first aftershock of Lynch’s...
After a Saints three-and-out and a Seahawks opening possession field goal, Drew Brees was hit from behind by Cliff Avril as he was throwing the ball. It was caught by Michael Bennett and returned for a touchdown. It looked like it could have been called ruled either a fumble or an interception but it was ruled a fumble because Breesus is a friend of the scorekeepers.60 yard pass...
Michael Bennett scooped up a Cliff Avril fumble over Drew Brees and took it 22-yards to the house to give the Seahawks the early lead over the Saints. Bennett’s celebration was quite graphic.
With the Seattle Seahawks looking like a complete team, despite its dreadful victory yesterday against the Rams, the team’s front office had, as I saw it, no need to make a move before the trade deadline this afternoon. Thankfully, the Seahawks stayed quiet.
It’s not like the NFL trade deadline is that big of a deal, anyway. It’s definitely not like the MLB deadline. NFL teams...
Houston Texans quarterback Matt Schaub had a forgettable day against the Seattle Seahawks and this hit by Seahawks defensive end Cliff Avril had to hurt. Avril absolutely leveled Schaub who had nowhere to go but straight into Avril’s waiting arms.
Richard Sherman and the Seahawks defense made the highly anticipated NFC West showdown between Seattle and San Francisco a one-sided rout.
In front of a record crowd of 68,388, the Seahawks defeated the 49ers 29-3, moving into sole possession of the AFC West and starting 2-0 for the first time since 2006.
Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll told reporters today that defensive end Cliff Avril will play in Sunday night’s opener against the 49ers.
Pete Carroll said DE Cliff Avrill will play. CB Brandon Browner is doubtful. #Seahawks
— John Boyle (@johnpboyle) September 13, 2013
Cornerback Brandon Browner has been listed as doubtful and Chris Clemons is questionable.
Pete Carroll said...
Seattle Seahawks defensive end Cliff Avril is likely to make his season debut this week against the division-rival San Francisco 49ers’, according to NFL.com's Marc Sessler. Avril has missed time this preseason due to a hamstring injury and was inactive last weekend in Seattle’s regular season debut against the Carolina Panthers. He was brought in as a free agent from Detroit...
According to SeattlePI.com, defensive end Cliff Avril is expected to make his Seahawks debut on Sunday night against the 49ers. Avril has been dealing with a hamstring injury throughout the preseason. Avril returned to practice last week and was close to ready for the Panthers game, but the Seahawks gave him a little more recovery time. If he indeed plays Sunday in the most-anticipated...
According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, both cornerback Brandon Browner and defensive end Cliff Avril will not play in today’s opener against the Panthers.
The Seahawks will be fine without Browner, but they’ll miss Avril with Chris Clemons also out.
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Defensive end Cliff Avril’s debut for the Seahawks won’t happen today.
Per a league source Avril will miss the Week One game at Carolina with a hamstring injury. Avril had been listed as questionable.
According to John Boyle of the Everett Herald, Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll told reporters that both Cliff Avril and Brandon Browner will be game-time decisions.
Pete Carroll said Cliff Avril and Brandon Browner will be game-day decisions. Brandon Mebane and Tony McDaniel should be good to go.
— John Boyle (@johnpboyle) September 6, 2013
Avril has been listed as doubtful...
The Seattle Seahawks won't know until Sunday whether starting cornerback Brandon Browner or defensive end Cliff Avril will be able to play in the season opener against Carolina.
Seattle coach Pete Carroll said Friday that Browner and Avril will be game-time decisions.
Browner suffered a hamstring injury earlier this week, while Avril is trying to come back from a hamstring...
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September 06, 2013
the Seattle Seahawks travel to the east coast to visit the Carolina Panthers.
As of Thursday evening, there are still several players whose game status is up
in the air. Perhaps the most important is defensive end Cliff Avril, who was
acquired by Seattle during the offseason via free agency.
previously played for the Detroit Lions where he wreaked havoc off...
Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll remains hopeful that defensive end Cliff Avril will be ready to go for their season opener, per The Seattle Times.
DE Cliff Avril will also again sit out but Carroll also sounded optimistic he will be ready for the opener. “As of this morning he’s feeling better and we’re hoping he will be able to go next week, but we won’t know until ...
Since signing with the Seattle Seahawks this offseason,
Cliff Avril has dealt with several injuries that have kept him off the playing
field. After missing a large chunk of offseason workouts due to his foot
injury, Avril was sidelined for part of training camp with a hamstring ailment.
He’s now aggravated that hamstring injury, causing head coach Pete Carroll to list
According to a tweet by ESPN Radio 710 in Seattle, Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said that defensive end Cliff Avril is out indefinitely with a nagging hamstring injury suffered last week. There is no time table for his return.
Avril has been hurt all offseason. Since joining Seattle as a free agent, he missed almost all of the spring practices with a foot injury. The aggravated...
Seahawks defensive end Cliff Avril has returned to practice after being
bothered by foot and hamstring issues, according to komonews.com's Tim Booth.
Avril was acquired by the Seahawks this past offseason to help jump-start a
pass rush that struggled at times in 2012. Though Avril only participated in
individual drills in Wednesday’s practice, it was definitely a step...
First slowed by foot problems during offseason workouts, and then a hamstring, Cliff Avril was just happy to be feeling well enough to get on the field for a short time.
Seattle's big free agent signing along the defensive line was back on the practice field Wednesday for the first time. Avril only participated in individual drills, but coach Pete Carroll was hopeful Avril might...
The Seattle Seahawks acquired defensive end Cliff Avril this
offseason in hopes of bolstering what was already a solid defense. However, the
pass rusher has been sidelined for most of training camp due to a hamstring
ailment. While head coach Peter Carroll told reporters following yesterday’s
training camp session that Avril is progressing, he believes the Seahawks could
According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll believes defensive end Chris Clemons could be ready for their season opener after tearing his ACL during last year’s playoff win over the Redskins.
Carroll also expects Cliff Avril to be back on the practice field next week.
The Seahawks are loaded at defensive end, but they need their guys to get...
The Seattle Seahawks made a splash in free agency when they signed defensive ends Cliff Avril and Michael Bennett to go along with pass rushers Chris Clemons and Bruce Irvin who were already on the roster. With 18.5 combined sacks last year, Avril and Bennett are expected to help improve a Seahawks pass rush that struggled with consistency for much of last season.
Seattle Seahawks defensive end Cliff Avril has been sidelined for the team's OTAs as he recovers from a plantar fascia injury, according to Eric Williams of The News Tribune. Coach Pete Carroll told reporters that Avril's rehab is going "well," but the defensive end is still a few weeks away from returning.
“Well, it hurts,” joked Carroll. “You could ask...
According to the News Tribune, Seahawks defensive end Cliff Avril didn’t participate in today’s organized team activity because of a plantar fascia issue in his foot.
Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll says Avril injured his foot four weeks and was asked if it’s serious.
“Well, it hurts,” joked Carroll. “You could ask him about it. The plantar fascia thing is a real uncomfortable...
This April, the Seahawks didn't have to wait until the official start of the draft to pick up a little something special. And no, I'm not talking about trading for Percy Harvin, or signing Cliff Avril, or even re-signing Clint Gresham (it's easy to take having a reliable long snapper for granted until you don't have one -- remember 2008?). No, the big acquisition...