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Pete Carroll said it would take a “pretty special recovery” for rookie Russell Okung to be ready for the regular-season opener.
Seattle really must be happy with Oklahoma State offensive tackle Russell Okung falling into their lap, as it gets a standout left tackle to replace Walter Jones, who is expected to retire.
Posted: Tuesday, April 13th, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: Brian Westbrook, Donvovan McNabb, Green Bay Packers, Jason Campbell, Jason Taylor, Miami Dolphins, Ryan Grant, Seattle Seahawks, Walter Jones, Washington Redskins
The Packers have an interest in free-agent RB Brian Westbrook, who has had a low-profile during free-agency.
Seahawks LT Walter Jones posted a cryptic message on his Twitter account Sunday (via the Seattle Post-Intelligencer), suggesting that he’s retiring after some injury problems.
Posted: Monday, January 11th, 2010 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Aaron Curry, Darryl Tapp, Deion Branch, Julius Jones, Lawrence Jackson, Leroy Hill, Lofa Tatupu, Matt Hasselbeck, Nate Burleson, Patrick Kerney, Pete Carroll, Seattle Seahawks, T.J. Houshmandzadeh, Walter Jones
Seahawks fans should temper their expectations for an immediate turnaround under Pete Carroll. Carroll’s arrival has been widely hailed in Seattle, but until his soon-to-be-appointed general manager overhauls the team’s roster, he is another college coach destined to fail.
Already down to their fourth left tackle of the season, the Seahawks signed Damion McIntosh for veteran help. Terms of the deal weren’t disclosed.
In today’s Around the League segment on NFL Total Access with host Rich Eisen, we chat about the status of Seahawks QB Matt Hasselbeck, Steelers S Troy Polamalu and Ravens OT Jared Gaither.
Colts DE Dwight Freeney will be active vs. the Colts after he was expected to miss two weeks with a strained right quadriceps. LB Gary Brackett will be out.
Three Colts defensive starters are questionable to play this weekend against the Seahawks. LB Gary Brackett could miss his second consecutive game with a knee injury. DE Dwight Freeney (quadricep) said Thursday that he remains hopeful that he will be able to play through a strained quadriceps, but that appears to unlikely. CB Kelvin Hayden (hamstring) and DT Keyunta Dawson (foot) also are listed as questionable.
While Seahawks coach Jim Mora says Matt Hasselbeck is making progress from a broken rib, the quarterback is still suffering effects from the Week 2 hit that forced him to miss last week’s game against Chicago.
As expected, Seahawks LB Leroy Hill will miss Sunday’s NFC West showdown with the 49ers because of a groin injury suffered in Week 1.
QB Marc Bulger is listed as probable on the team’s injury report despite missing St. Louis’ final three preseason games with a broken right pinking.
Perennial Pro Bowl LT Walter Jones hasn’t been on the field much during the Seahawks’ training camp. And after having a second knee procedure, he might not be on the field again anytime soon.
The biggest news of an eventful Tuesday was Brett Favre reporting to Vikings training camp and immediately signing a two-year contract. As always, our analysts and writers wasted no time in chiming in.